We would like to compare some most important features of Samsung Galaxy 11 and iPhone 11 for those how love to use the latest version of both great smartphones and letting their lovers know deeply about the product that they are going to use it.
Both smartphones (Samsung Galaxy 11 and iPhone 11) have very awesome features and they are designed for those who use the smartphone for businesses and they are really fast and very friendly to use.
The following is the comparison of some most important features of both smartphones (Samsung Galaxy S11 and iPhone 11).
As it is shown in the image above the Samsung Galaxy 11 has Octa-Core Processors and iPhone 11 has Hexa Core Processors
Hexa-Core is another multi-core processor that comes with six cores and has the ability to perform tasks even faster than dual-core and quad-core processors.
For PC users, Hexa Core processors are nothing new because Intel has already launched its Intel Core i7 Hexa Core processor in 2010. But, this term may be slightly new for smartphone users because mostly smartphone companies were using only Dual Core and Quad Core processors but very few smartphones are launched with Hexa Core processors.
As dual-core processors are made up of 2 cores, quad-core with 4 cores and hexacore with 6 cores, the octa-core processors are made up of 8 completely independent cores to perform the task very efficiently and even double faster than a quad-core processor.
Modern octa-core processors, simply have two sets of quad-core processors, which split various tasks between them according to type. Most of the time, the lower-powered set of cores will be employed. When advanced tasks are needed, however, the faster set of four cores will kick in.
A more accurate term than octa-core, then, would be “dual quad-core”. But that just sounds confusing and it’s not nearly so marketable. So, octa-core it is.
The Galaxy S11has a 6.4 -inch screen that’s slightly larger than the iPhone 11 Pro’s 5.8-inch display. It’s also sharper than Apple’s iPhone, or at least it should be. The Galaxy S10’s display But having a higher resolution doesn’t always mean one screen is better than the other. While the displays on Samsung’s phones are usually vibrant and full of bold color, I find that colors generally look more realistic on the iPhone. It’s impossible to tell which phone offers a better viewing experience without spending a significant amount of time with each of them.
The iPhone 11 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S11 both have three rear-facing camera lenses, one of which allows the phones to capture ultra-wide images with a noticeably larger field of view than was previously possible.
In the end, we would like to say both smartphones or perfect and the smartphone lovers could choose them based on their needs.