The iPhone 11 Pro is an Apple smartphone, and the Galaxy Note 10 belongs to Samsung was launched in September and August respectively. Both share advanced technical datasheets with a triple camera, high definition screen with up to 6.3 inches, high-performance processors and operating system with new features, including the Dark Mode. Learn about the similarities and differences in the following lines.
Screen and design
In regards to size, the Galaxy Note 10 comes with a larger display. With 6.3 inches, its panel has Quad HD+ resolution and a notch like a hole in the screen, occupied by the front camera. Therefore, the mobile phone has more than 90% of the usable area. It is not possible to see edges around the screen. The model has a rectangular shape with square corners and comes with an electronic pen – S-Pen, a tradition of the product line.
The iPhone 11 Pro comes with a 5.8-inch OLED screen, which features a high-contrast technology called Super Retina XDR. In the design, it features slight distinctions of the iPhone X, which initiated the notch.
Both models feature a triple camera, as Apple has also embraced the trend with its new models. Still, the Galaxy Note 10 is ahead of the iPhone because the combination of sensors was divided into 16 MP + 12 MP + 12 MP (ultra-wide-angle, wide-angle, and telephoto). In 11 Pro, everyone captures 12 MP images.
Samsung’s new model features image enhancements and effects such as bokeh in animated photos, scene optimizer, and 3D scanner to scan objects and people. It also has enhanced functions such as sound detection when the user is making a video recording and zooming into an audio-emitting element. When this happens, the device will focus on capturing this sound, minimizing external noise.
The iPhone 11 Pro suite can take photos up to 120° in width. Night Mode has also been considerably improved and can capture low light and enhance the picture when the light is poor. The big news, however, is solfies: a mix of animated selfies and slow motion.
At the front camera, the 10-megapixel camera of Galaxy Note 10 loses to the iPhone 11 Pro, as it comes with 12 MP.
Performance and storage
The iPhone 11 Pro is equipped with Apple’s new processor, the A13 Bionic. According to the manufacturer, the new chip features machine learning that increases iPhone performance by 20% while increasing power savings.
Apple does not release RAM numbers, and none of its models have a memory card slot, but the 11 Pro can be purchased with 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB.
For Note 10, the Exynos 9825 processor is manufactured in-house with 7-nanometer technology. This makes the chip smaller and faster to connect between components, which allows the smartphone to be 33% more potent than Note 9.
It comes with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage, with the possibility of an additional 1 TB via a MicroSD card.
Apple does not report the battery capacity of iPhones in detail but reveals its battery life in hours. According to the manufacturer, the iPhone 11 Pro has 4 hours more autonomy than the XS. It also comes with a fast-charging function. The guarantee is that it recovers 50% of the battery is up to 30 minutes, with charger 18W or higher.
The Galaxy Note 10 is equipped with a 3,500 mAh battery configured with artificial intelligence that recognizes the user’s habits and manages energy according to these data, increasing the autonomy of the device.
Both models are compatible with the Qi wireless charging standard.
Additional system and features
Dark Mode is already a reality on iPhone 11 Pro thanks to iOS 13. The new theme features a grayscale and black scale interface that promises to increase phone performance and save battery life. And because it emits less blue light, it doesn’t harm human sleep as much.
The Galaxy Note 10 comes equipped with Android 9 (Pie) that can be upgraded to Android 10. Also, the smartphone comes with Bixby, which works like Apple’s Siri, and the Link To Windows connection, which replicates the phone notifications on the computer with Microsoft system.
Both models have received IP68 certification, so they have proven resistance to both water and dust. But the iPhone 11 Pro seems to exceed the levels of certification due to commercials released by Apple, in which the device is subjected to tests involving vegetables, juices, and even wedding cake.
Data Sheet: iPhone 11 Pro vs Galaxy Note 10
|Specifications||iPhone 11 Pro||Galaxy Note 10|
|Launch||September 2019||August 2019|
|Screen||5.8 inches||6.3 inches|
|Screen resolution||2436 x 1125 pixels (458 PPI)||2280 x 1080 pixels (401 PPI)|
|Processor||A13 Bionic||Exynos 9825|
|RAM memory||uninformed||8 GB|
|Storage||64, 256 or 512 GB||256 GB|
|Memory card||not||yes, MicroSD|
|Back camera||triple, 12 + 12 + 12 MP||triple, 16 + 12 + 12 MP|
|Front camera||12 megapixels||10 megapixels|
|Operating System||iOS 13||Android 9 (Pie)|
|Dimensions and weight||144 x 71.4 x 8.1 mm; 188 grams||151 x 71.8 x 7.9 mm; 168g|
|Available colors||Midnight Green, Space Gray, Silver and Gold||Aura Black and Aura Glow|
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