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comparison compared to Huawei P30 Pro, Pixel 3 XL, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and

Hegemona in the nomenclature and not so much in the new features of Apple, thus maintaining the scheme of the past year. The iPhone 11 Pro and the Pro Max are above the iPhone 11 being the most basic and also economical option, hence let's compare the iPhone 11 with its rivals between 800 and 1,000 euros, given that its base price starts at 809 euros and its maximum reaches 979 euros.

As happened last year when putting the iPhone XR tat with rivals that had a closer price, at that time they were not abundant since the first of the year have already dropped (some much), others are already launched with a lower price and There is also a certain lite that exceeds 1,000 euros. Hence, it is an interesting comparison to make clearer what the iPhone 11 faces in its output at the level of sale price.

These are the smartphones that we will face in the comparison:

Design: changes in the rear part of its predecessors and rivals (of the present)

We already say it with everything that comes filtered because in the back a drastic change was coming that we do not see in an iPhone maybe since the iPhone X reorient the module of double rear camera vertically, as we have seen in the Huawei P20 Pro and other Android smartphones of double or triple camera. Now that kind of traffic light becomes something more similar to the hob, with more reason in the 11 Pro and Pro Max to house more cameras.

New Huawei P30 Pro Back Huawei P30 Pro.

However, although there are still differences between the basic and the two most complete, in this way homogenize the series more and perhaps differentiate itself from the competition, at least until a Pixel 4 arrives that according to the rumors would have opted for a similar provision. The logo becomes more focused on the back, without a physical fingerprint reader (at least for now) like many of the smartphones that already incorporate a fingerprint reader such as the P30 Pro or the Galaxy, although not precisely because Apple has implemented

Iphone11 Vs Xr Xs From left to right: iPhone XR, iPhone 11 and iPhone XS. Images: Apple

The brand, in fact, continues to rely on its Face ID, based on that set of sensors that houses a notch which is still larger than the ones we see in the V50 ThinQ or the P30 Pro but even that of the iPhone XS or the Pixel 3 XL. There are no screens bored in the iPhone this year, moving away from proposals such as Samsung or the retractable modules that we see in OnePlus or OPPO.

How is it with respect to volume and weight? It measures and weighs exactly the same as its predecessor, the iPhone XR, thus being more bulky than the XS and the Galaxy that we have included here, but falling below large and heavy smartphones such as the OPPO Reno 10x Zoom or that ROG ( although with a huge battery at capacity level)

Height (mm)

Width (mm)

Thickness (mm)

Weight (g)

Front surface (cm2)

Volume (cc)

Battery (mAh)

iPhone 11

OPPO Reno 10x Zoom

Huawei P30 Pro

Pixel 3 XL

Samsung Galaxy S10 +

Sony Xperia 1

Samsung Galaxy Note 10

ASUS ROG Phone II

iPhone XS

LG V50 5G

150.9

75.7

8.3

194

114.23

94.82

N.d.

162

77.2

9.3

210

125.01

116.31

4,065

158

73.4

8.4

192

115.91

97.42

4,200

158

76.7

7.9

184

121.19

95.73

3,430

157.6

74.1

7.8

175

116.78

91.09

4,300

167

72

8.2

180

120.24

98.6

3,330

151

71.8

7.9

186

108.42

85.65

3,400

171

77.6

9.5

240

132.7

126.06

6,000

143.6

70.9

7.7

177

101.81

78.4

2,658

159.2

76.1

8.3

183

121.15

100.55

4,000

It does not seem with this data that the work in compaction is better than that of Samsung or Huawei, taking into account that with a 6.1-inch screen it is more bulky than the S10 + with 6.4 inches and that it is not far from the volume of the P30 Pro integrating a 6.47 inch screen. We will see in hand how it turns out, especially in comparison to the 11 Pro Max which is larger than the iPhone XS Max.

Screen: a low density IPS in a realm of OLEDs

Speaking of the screen, the new iPhone 11 integrates again an IPS panel although with more resolution than we saw in the XR. Staying at 363 pixels per inch, it is far from the QHD and older panels such as those that integrate the S10 +, the Xperia 1 or the V50 among others talking about density, but not so much of those that have remained in FullHD + and approximate inches like the P30 Pro.

Sony Xperia 1 Display Some high-end Sony Xperia beat the rest in resolution.

The iPhone 11 is not suitable for those who prioritize the resolution, look for a clearer front or prefer AMOLED saturation

It is interesting that we still see IPS panels in the market and there are fewer and fewer manufacturers that opt ​​for them for the possibilities of OLED (and other advantages), but the calibration of this type of panels on the iPhone has been traditionally correct and in this sense, it may continue to give good experience Of course, not be suitable for those who prioritize the resolution, look for a clearer front or prefer AMOLED saturation.

Screen type

Diagonal

Resolution

Density

Aspect Ratio

Percentage p / f

iPhone 11

OPPO Reno 10x Zoom

Huawei P30 Pro

Samsung Galaxy S10 +

Pixel 3 XL

Sony Xperia 1

Samsung Galaxy Note 10

iPhone XS

ASUS ROG Phone II

LG V50 ThinQ 5G

IPS

6.1

1,792 x 828 px

363 dpi

19.5: 9

79% (to be confirmed)

AMOLED

6.6

1,080 x 2,340 px

387 dpi

19.5: 9

86.6%

OLED (notch)

6.47

2,340 x 1,080 px

398 dpi

19.5: 9

88.6

Dynamic AMOLED Infinity O

6.4

3,040 x 1,440 px

526 dpi

18.5: 9

87.5

P-OLED (notch)

6.3

2,560 x 1,440 px

532 dpi

18.5: 9

82.4

OLED

6.5

3,840 x 1,664 px

643 dpi

21: 9

82

Dynamic AMOLED Infinity O

6.3

2,280 x 1,080 px

401 dpi

19: 9

90.9

OLED (notch)

5.8

1,125 x 2,436 px

458 dpi

19.5: 9

82.9

AMOLED

5.59

1,080 x 2,340 px

391 dpi

19.5: 9

80.3.

P-OLED

6.4

3,120 x 1,440 px

537 dpi

19.5: 9

83

Thus, although talking about Apple a resolution lower than QHD does not penalize so much, and only in comparison with the XS we see that as for this parameter the iPhone 11 is below. It will be necessary to see how this is the tactile sensitivity, the viewing angles and if those 625 nits are sufficient, but what has not had evolution either (and it may have relation with the type of panel) are the frames, which they are still older that in the iPhone Pro and that in smartphones that do manage to transmit a sensation of any screen like the OPPO or the Note.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Hole The Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10 opt for the hole in the screen instead of the "notch".

Performance and potency: the 7 nanometer hegemon

Apple smartphones play in another league when we talk about milliamps and GB of RAM. There are points where more s is better and obviously a RAM of 12 GB must be noted with respect to 4 GB that probably carry the iPhone or the last Google Pixel, but in Cupertino this component does not give the jumps that we see in Android as we say it is very possible that the iPhone 11 maintains the 4 GB of the XS, although it will be an evolution with respect to the 3 GB of the iPhone XR.

The processor is its own and the new A13 Bionic will have to fight in combat with the Sanpdragon 855 (and Snapdragon 855+) from Qualcomm, the Kirin 980 from Huawei and the Exynos 9820 and Exynos 9825 from Samsung. As usual, much promise the numbers we see in the keynote with that billion operations per second, but we must see how they perform in practice and what somehow they can indicate benchmarks.

Processor

RAM

ROM

iPhone 11

Huawei P30 Pro

Samsung Galaxy S10 +

Pixel 3 XL

Sony Xperia 1

Samsung Galaxy Note 10

ASUS ROG Phone II

iPhone XS

LG V50 ThinQ 5G

Apple A13 Bionic

N.d.

64/128/256 GB (not micro SD)

Kirin 980

6/8 GB

128/256/512 GB (NM card)

Exynos 9820

8/12 GB

128/512 GB / 1 TB (microSD)

Snapdragon 845

4GB

64/128 GB (without microSD)

Snapdragon 855

6 GB

64/128 GB (microSD)

Exynos 9825

8 GB

256 GB (not microSD)

Snapdragon 855/885 +

12 GB

256/512 GB / 1 TB (not microSD)

Apple A12

4GB

64/256/512 GB (not microSD)

Snapdragon 855

6 GB

128 GB (microSD)

Thus, in the absence of seeing what Pixel can offer this year Apple also seems to queue talking about RAM and in this case almost in storage, although the manufacturer still does not give the option of an external memory card. The TB offered by the S10 + in its maximum configuration is four times what the iPhone 11 gives in its most complete model, tied with the unique configuration of the LG V50 and the Pixel 3 XL.

Pixel 3 Xl Pixel 3 XL

Cameras: a double rear camera that faces one and three

Last year Apple made a Google or vice versa and both presented at least one top of the range with a single camera (Google did this with the first two and later with the Pixel 3a). This year those of Cupertino ascend to the most basic iPhone, but leaving it on the ground of the double chamber.

The cameras of the iPhone 11, Pro and Pro Max, explained: this is how Apple aspires to dominate the photo in the premium segment

This makes us see differences with the majority of Android terminals that have somehow opted for the triple camera or even cudruple. At least in terms of versatility of the rear camera, so that Apple's bet on its iPhone has been the addition of ultra wide angle, as we have seen in iPhones with the surname Pro, thus dispensing with the telephoto lens.

Lg V50 Thinq Rear The three rear cameras of the LG V50 ThinQ 5G are integrated without protruding.

We cannot obviously compare results, but it is to be expected that with the characteristics that the cameras present, it will be able to compete at least in those types of photographs. The Pixel 3, with a single camera, was very good in all our photographic comparisons determining that more is always not better, but there are also the excellent results of the optical zoom of the P30 Pro or the OPPO Reno 10x Zoom and the importance of processing.

Photographic comparison between the most powerful mobiles of 2019 for now: a war with one, two, three and four rear cameras

That is, it is interesting to see that video in 4K by the front camera, as well as the (very) good night mode and portrait mode and not only for people (as in the XR). Also the new functions in the serial editor and that computation and processing of so many layers that have been introduced in the presentation, using artificial intelligence for that invisible work but not as an effect on the camera interface as we see in Huawei and other brands , following on the same side as OnePlus in this regard.

Where Apple does not enter is in the megapixel war and we also don't see a 48 or more megapixel sensor in their phones. In fact, it is a battle that, as we can see, the rest of the rivals we have put here do not fight except the ASUS ROG.

Rear cameras

Front cameras

iPhone 11

OPPO Reno 10x Zoom

Huawei P30 Pro

Samsung Galaxy S10 +

Pixel 3 XL

Sony Xperia 1

Samsung Galaxy Note 10

ASUS ROG Phone II

iPhone XS

LG V50 ThinQ 5G

12 MP ultra wide angle + 12 MP wide angle (f / 1.8, 26 mm, OIS) Video 2160K @ 24/30 / 60fps12 MP
48 MP (f / 1.7, 26 mm, OIS) + 8 MP ultra wide angle (f / 2.2, 120) + 13 MP 10x hybrid zoom (f / 3.0) + TOFVdeo 2160p sensor @ 30 / 60fps, 1080p @ 30/60 / 240fps / td>16 MP f / 2.0 / td>
40 MP (f / 1.6, 27 mm, OIS) +20 MP (f / 2.2, ultra wide angle, 16 mm) +8 MP tele zoom 5x (f / 3.4, 125 mm, OIS) + 3D TOF Sensor Video: 2160p @ 30fps EIS32 MP, f / 2.0
16 MP ultra wide angle (f / 2.2, 12 mm) FF + Dual Pixel 12 MP wide angle (f / 1.5-2.4, OIS, 26 mm, AF) + 12 MP tele zoom 2x (f / 2.4, OIS, AF, 52 mm)Dual Pixel 10 MP AF f / 1.9 +8 MP AF (depth, f / 2.2)

12.2 MP Dual Pixel (f / 1.8, 28 mm, EIS + OIS) Video: 2160 @ 30fps

Dual 8 + 8 MP (angular f / 2.2 and tele f / 1.8)

Main 12 MP (f / 1.6, 26 mm, Dual Pixel, OIS) + 12 MP (f / 2.4, tele 52 mm, OIS) + 12 MP (f / 2.4, wide angle, 16 mm) Video 2160p @ 24 / 30fps HDR EIS8 MP f / 2.0

Ultra wide angle 16 MP, f / 2.2, 123 Wide angle: 12 MP, AF, f / 1.5-2.4, OIS, 77 Telephoto: 12 MP, f / 2.1, OIS, 45

10 MP, AF, f / 2.2, 80

48 MP wide angle, f / 1.8, 26 mm 13 MP ultra wide angle, f / 2.4, 11 mm

24 MP, f / 2.2

12 MP tele zoom 2x (f / 2.4, 52 mm, OIS) + 12 MP wide angle (f / 1.8, 26 mm, OIS) Video 2160K @ 24/30 / 60fps7 megapixels, f / 2.2 + TOF sensor
16 MP wide angle (f / 1.9, 107) + 12 MP tele zoom 2x (f / 1.5, 78, OIS) + 12 MP (f / 2.4, 45) Video: 2160p @ 30 / 60fps EIS8 MP (f / 1.9, 80) + 5 MP (f / 2.2, 90)

Thus, we have a bit of everything in this selection of the current 2019 high-end (and 2018). As we have said, combinations of rear cameras from one to four cameras come to live together, if we count as one of them the sensor Time of Flight (or TOF), which is another of the fashions we have seen this year in both rear and front cameras. We will see if Apple's ultra wide angle is capable of being up to that of Huawei, Samsung and the rest that have already been integrated into several terminals.

Iphone 11 Night Mode A sample of the night mode of the new iPhone. Image: Apple

iPhone 11 versus the competition: table with specifications

Some other features that differentiate the iPhone 11 from the rest of the terminals are the absence of USB type C, since Apple continues to incorporate its own connector (Lightning), of fast charge, reverse wireless charging and also the 3.5 mm minijack, although this we have also seen in the new Note and other Android terminals. Of course, the operating system is also different, being in this case iOS 13 which is about to launch in its final version.

Samsung Galaxy S10plus Usb Jack The Samsung Galaxy S10 + integrates 3.5 mm jack and USB type C.

As a summary, we leave a couple of tables (so that the cells can be seen better). In both we place the iPhone 11 to be the main one to compare in this case, distributing the rest in two tables so that the content is better distributed.

iPhone 11

OPPO Reno 10x Plus

Huawei P30 Pro

Samsung Galaxy S10 +

Google Pixel 3 XL

Sony Xperia 1

screen

Processor

RAM and storage

Front camera

Rear cameras

Connectivity

Battery

Security

Dimensions and weight

Price

Analysis

IPS 6.11.792 x 828 px, 363 dpi

6.65 OLED1.080 x 2.340 px, 402 dpi

OLED 6,472,340 x 1,080 px, 398 dpi

6.4 "Dynamic AMOLED Infinity O3.040 x 1.440 px, 526 dpi, HDR10 +

OLED 6.32.960 x 1.440 px, 523 dpi

OLED 6.5 "1.644 x 3.840 px, 643 dpi, HDR

Apple A13 Bionic, 7nm

Snapdragon 855, 7 nm

Kirin 980, 7nm

Exynos 9820, 8nm

Snapdragon 845, 10nm

Snapdragon 855, 7 nm

4 GB RAM (to be confirmed)

6/8 GB RAM128 / 256 GB

8 GB RAM 128/256/512 GB (NM card)

8 GB / 12 GB RAM (ceramic) 128 GB / 512 GB / 1 TB (ceramic only), up to 512 GB with microSD

4 GB RAM64 / 128 GB

6 GB RAM 128 GB (micro SD up to 512 GB)

12 MP

16 MP f / 2.0 (removable)

32 MP (f / 2.0)

Dual Pixel 10 MP AF f / 1.9 +8 MP AF (depth, f / 2.2)

Dual 8 + 8 MP, angular f / 2.2 and telephoto f / 1.8, video FHD 30fps

8 MP, f / 2

12 MP ultra wide angle + 12 MP wide angle (f / 1.8, 26 mm, OIS) Video 2160K @ 24/30 / 60fps

48 MP + 8 MP wide angle (120) + 13 MP 10x hybrid zoom + TOF sensor

40 MP (f / 1.8) +20 MP (f / 2.2, ultra wide angle) +8 MP (f / 3.4, 5x zoom, OIS)

16 MP ultra wide angle f / 2.2 FF + Dual Pixel 12 MP OIS wide angle f / 1.5- 2.4 AF + 12 MP OIS tele f / 2.4 AF

12.2 MP Dual Pixel, 1.4 um pixels, EIS + OIS stabilizer, f / 1.8 aperture Video: 4K 30fps / FHD 120fps / HD 240fps

Main 12 MP (f / 1.6, Angular 26 mm, Dual Pixel, OIS), 12 MP (f / 2.4, Tele 52 mm, OIS), 12 MP (f / 2.4, Wide angle 16 mm)

Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac / ax, dual-band, hotspot, Bluetooth 5.0, A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, QZSS, NFC

Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot, Bluetooth 5.0, dual GPS, LONASS, BDS, GALILEO, QZSS, NFC

LTE Cat. 21, up to 1.4 Gbps, Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac, dual-band, WiFi Direct, hotspot, BT 5.0, NFC

WiFi ac / ax, VHT80 MU-MIMO, Bluetooth 5.0, ANT +, USB-C, NFC, GPS (Galileo, Glonass, Beidou)

LTE NanoSIM, WiFi 2.4 / 5 GHz, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, GPS / GLONASS

LTE, WiFi 802.11ac with MIMO, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC with read mode, GLONASS, Galileo and QZSS

3,110 mAh (to be confirmed)

4,065 mAh with fast Super VOOC charging

4,200 mAh + Fast charging up to 40 watts + Wireless charging 15 watts + reverse charging

4,100 mAh with fast wireless charging and reverse charging

3,430 mAh Fast charging Wireless charging, Pixel Stand

3,300 mAh, with fast charge

Face recognition by Face ID

On-screen fingerprint reader Face recognition

Face Recognition + Fingerprint Reader on Screen

On-screen fingerprint reader + 2D facial recognition

Rear fingerprint reader

On-screen fingerprint reader Face recognition

150.9 x 75.7 x 8.3 mm, 194 g

162 x 77.2 x 9.3, 210 mm

158 x 73.4 x 8.4 mm, 192 g

157.6 x 74.1 x 7.8 mm, 175 g

158 x 76.7 x 7.9 mm, 184 g

167 x 72 x 8.2 mm, 180 g

64 GB: 809 euros 128 GB: 859 euros 256 GB: 979 euros

799 euros

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iPhone 11

Samsung Galaxy Note 10

ASUS ROG Phone II

iPhone XS

LG V50 ThinQ

screen

Processor

RAM and storage

Front camera

Rear cameras

Connectivity

Battery

Security

Dimensions and weight

Price

Analysis and tokens

6.1 IPS Super Retina HD1.792 x 828 px, 458 dpi>

6.3 inches Dynamic AMOLED Infinity O 2,280 x 1,080, 401 dpi, HDR10 +

5, 59 AMOLED 1,080 x 2,340 px, 391 dpi

OLED 5.8 Super Retina HD1.125 x 2.436 px, 458 dpi>

6.4 OLED 3,120 x 1,440 px, 538 dpi

Apple A13 Bionic

Exynos 9825, 7nm

Snapdragon 855/885 +

Apple A12 Bionic

Snapdragon 855, 7 nm

4 GB RAM (to be confirmed) 64/128256 GB (without MicroSD)

8 GB RAM256 GB (without MicroSD)

12 GB RAM 256/512 GB / 1 TB (not microSD)

4 GB64 / 256/512 GB (not expandable with microSD)

6 GB128 GB (with microSD up to 2 TB)

12 MP

10 MP, AF, f / 2.2, 80

24 MP, f / 2.2

7 megapixels, f / 2.2, 1080p recording Flash flash, 1080p video

8 MP (f / 1.9 / 1.12m / 80) + 5 MP (f / 2.2 / 1.12m / 90)

12 MP ultra wide angle + 12 MP wide angle (f / 1.8, 26 mm, OIS) Video 2160K @ 24/30 / 60fps

Triple camera: Ultra wide angle 16 MP, f / 2.2, 123 Wide angle: 12 MP, AF, f / 1.5-2.4, OIS, 77 Telephoto: 12 MP, f / 2.1, OIS, 45

48 MP wide angle, f / 1.8, 26 mm 13 MP ultra wide angle, f / 2.4, 11 mm

12 + 12 megapixels wide angle and telephoto (f / 1.8 and f / 2.4), double OIS optical zoom, 4K recording @ 24/30 / 60fps, 4 LED flash

16 MP (f / 1.9 / 1.0m / 107) + 12 MP (f / 1.5 / 1.4m / 78) + 12 MP (f / 2.4 / 1.0m / 45)

Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac / ax, dual-band, hotspot, Bluetooth 5.0, A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, QZSS

5G NSA (in some markets), WiFi ac / ax, VHT80 MU-MIMO, Bluetooth 5.0, ANT +, USB-C, NFC, GPS (Galileo, Glonass, Beidou)

Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac / ax, dual-band, hotspot, Bluetooth 5.0, A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, QZSS

WiFi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac, Bluetooth 5.0, A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, QZSS

5G, WiFi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac, Bluetooth 5.0

3,110 mAh (to be confirmed)

3,500 mAh Wireless Charge

6,000 mAh 30W fast charge

2,658 mAh

4,000 mAh, with Quick Charge 3.0

Face recognition with Face ID

Ultrasonic fingerprint sensor Face recognition

On-screen fingerprint sensor

Face recognition with Face ID

Rear fingerprint reader Facial recognition

150.9 x 75.7 x 8.3 mm, 194 g

151 x 71.8 x 7.9 mm, 168 g

171 x 77.6 x 9.5, 240 g

143.6 x 70.9 x 7.7 mm, 177 g

159.2 x 76.1 x 8.3 mm, 183 g

64 GB: 809 euros 128 GB: 859 euros 256 GB: 979 euros

From 959 euros

From 899 euros

From 1,059 euros (64 GB)

From 24.99 euros / month in 36 installments or 899.64 in Vodafone

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