It is no secret that Apple and Samsung don’t see eye-to-eye. At least, that was the case a few years ago. When Steve Jobs was at the helm, he wanted to make iPhones the standard-bearer in the mobile phone market. However, when Samsung announced that it would start offering smartphones, thereby directly competing with Apple, Jobs was none too pleased. In fact, it is reported that he was so irate with Samsung’s decision, along with the brand starting a partnership to use Android OS on its phones, that he vowed to ‘destroy’ Android OS. And thus began the mother of all smartphone wars.
Today, in the premium segment, customers have a wide range of choices, but their eyes veer towards two brands in particular. It is either the iPhone or the Samsung Galaxy S-series phones. If we take iPhone 11 and Samsung Galaxy S20 as examples, we can see that both phones offer top-of-the-line features, use cutting-edge technology, and leave no stone unturned while offering a premium user experience. However, the iPhone 11 has several significant advantages over the Samsung Galaxy S20.
Samsung Galaxy S20’s built-in speakers are provided by US-based AKG, while Apple iPhone 11 supports Apple’s ‘spatial audio’ playback, which delivers an immersive surround sound experience, along with Dolby Atmos. This ensures that the iPhone 11 offers better audio than the Samsung mobile phones.
Apple’s A-series Bionic chipsets are arguably the most powerful processors in the smartphone industry. While the Samsung Galaxy S20 comes with the impressive Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset, the iPhone 11 comes with Apple’s very own A13 Bionic chip, which means the operating system and the processor are optimized, while the higher CPU compute output translates to better performance of Apple iPhone 11, as compared to the Samsung mobile phone.
Enhanced battery performance
The battery that comes with iPhone 11 is of lesser capacity than the battery that comes with Samsung Galaxy S20. That said, as per the battery tests conducted while browsing the internet over LTE until the battery completely dies, the iPhone 11 model lasted more than 11 hours, while the Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphone lasted about nine hours and thirty minutes. Furthermore, if the Galaxy S20 is running at the maximum refresh rate of 120Hz, it only lasted for 8 hours and 4 minutes. This highlights how Apple optimizes every part of its smartphones to ensure that they work optimally, and assures best-in-class performance.
Apart from the above-mentioned features, the iPhone 11 is less expensive than the Samsung Galaxy S20. With a better processor, battery performance, and better audio and video experience, the Apple iPhone 11 is an exceptional smartphone.
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