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Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra vs Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max

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The battle of the titans has just got a little fiercer.

There are currently two big guys in the smartphone industry. We are of course talking about Samsung and Apple. Apple released their 11 series in the fall of 2019 while Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S20 series this month. Of the two luxury smartphone lines, two are the cream of the crop. The Galaxy S20 Ultra and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Which of the two is better?

It is clear that the match-up of these two big boys is actually not fair at all. Apple is not necessarily known for providing great specs for the price that they charge for their devices. The iPhone 11 Pro Max is the best you can get in the 11 series, but it definitely can’t compete with the Galaxy S20 Ultra.

For example, Samsung gives their top device (at least) three times as much RAM as Apple. The entry-level version of the Galaxy S20 Ultra has twice as much storage space as the iPhone equivalent, up to 9 times as high camera resolution and more than three times as many megapixels in the selfie camera module. The big gap between the two keeps getting bigger.

There is, however, a considerable difference in price. The iPhone 11 Pro Max via Apple costs no less than two hundred euros less than the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Now Apple’s topper has been out for a while, which may partly explain the price difference. Nevertheless, it may be clear that the S20 Ultra is indeed quite pricey, even for Apple standards.

Specifications

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Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max

Display and resolution6.9-inch Dynamic AMOLED6.5 inch Super Retina XDR OLED
Resolution1440 x 3200 pixels (20: 9 ratio)1242 x 2688 pixels (19.5: 9 ratio)
Pixels per inch511 ppi458 ppi
Refresh rate120Hz120Hz touch sensing
ProcessorSnapdragon 865Apple A13 Bionic
Random access memory12 / 16GB RAM4GB RAM
Storage area128/256 / 512GB (expandable). 512GB only for 16GB RAM version64/256/512 GB (not expandable)
Operating systemAndroid 10iOS 13
Camera resolution (rear)Quad 12MP, 108MP, 48MP (Ultra Wide, Wide, Telephoto)Triple 12MP (Wide, Telephoto, Ultra Wide)
Camera resolution (selfie)Dual 40 MPDual 12 MP
SIMDual SIM (hybrid MicroSD slot)eSIM
Battery5000 mAh3969 mAh
Fast charging (Wattage)45W18W
Wireless rechargeableYes, 15WYes, 7.5 W
3.5mm headphone jackNoNo
Fingerprint scannerIn-display (ultrasonic)No
Face recognitionYes, Android Face UnlockYes, FaceID
Height166.9 mm158 mm
Width 76 mm 77.8 mm
Thickness 8.8 mm 8.1 mm
Weight222 grams226 grams
WaterproofYes, IP68Yes, IP68
Recommended retail price (from)€ 1349€ 1159

And apart from the price, I, a seasoned Android user, always make the point for Apple that it controls software very well. For example, look at the iPhone 11 Pro Max vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ battery test. Apple sweeps the floor with Samsung. Milliampères are nice and nice, but ultimately it’s how you use it.

Also read: Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra vs. iPhone 11 Pro

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