Since cell phones were introduced, the need for better performance has been on the rise among users. Remember back in 2004 when phones like Nokia dominated?
If you could afford a cell phone by then and probably got one of those, then you know that that was the best deal by then. However, that is not the case anymore. A decade has passed, and new generations of cell phones like the Galaxy S9 Plus are now available to everyone. Still, people want more in terms of phone specifications and performance like screen resolution, battery life, processing power and camera clarity.
Today, we’ll be discussing and comparing the best performing phones out there that are yet to be released and what you should expect of them: The Galaxy S11 and iPhone 11 respectively.
The date has not been announced officially, but we can use their release history for guidance. Samsung, for some reason, is known to release their latest handsets either slightly before or after the Mobile World Congress. S10’s launch was held until a few days before the congress took place in Barcelona. Before that, Galaxy S9 was released during the Mobile World Congress as well as the Galaxy S7 in the year 2016.
The launch of S8 happened at almost the same time as the MWC, only this time a month later. The pattern in their release dates is a good indication of when they are most likely to release their new phone. The next Mobile World Congress 2020 takes place somewhere in February, most likely in the last two weeks. Even though Samsung will not release their next phone in the actual event, now would be a good time to start planning on your Galaxy S11.
Qualcomm 5G Chip, Snapdragon 865 Processor and Camera
The more powerful your mobile network is, the better for you. In the previous Mobile World Congress, Qualcomm discussed the future that their 5G chips held in place for mobile phones and their plans to integrate them with processors. As the Qualcomm president said about the introduction of their chips in the upcoming devices, Samsung is already doing so in the S11 model. It’s expected that the new combined chip will be more power-efficient, hence a better battery life than that of Galaxy S9 Plus.
While Qualcomm is a big upgrade in the upcoming S11, let’s also keep in mind that the Galaxy S is known to feature the latest Snapdragon processors. If Qualcomm sticks to its conventional standards of numbering, then the Snapdragon 865 would be the next processor featured in Galaxy S11. The picture quality on galaxy Note 10 was overwhelming. The same feature was introduced with the S10 earlier this year. With an improvement on this plus an introduction of the new 64-megapixel image sensor, you should expect better photos from Galaxy S11.
Apple announced its previous series on September 12th, 2018. However, the company decided to surprise its customers on the actual release dates and the phones were only available for preorder from September 14th and went on sale almost two weeks later. If the same pattern is followed this year, it would be expected that the iPhone 11 be announced the first two weeks of September, and the preorders go live mid-September.
Camera and processor
Apple is known to offer solid cameras but is not the best camera phone out there. However, it’s expected that Apple will launch a triple camera array in its latest release to keep up with its competitors like the Huawei P30 Pro. The cameras will improve the iPhones AR capability as well as offer an advanced 3D sensor. The iPhone 11 will be fitted with an A13 Bionic processor which is a successor to the A12 in iPhone XS and XS Max. With the enhanced power in place, you should expect better processing power as well as better performance in graphics.
When comparing the two devices in terms of the camera, RAM, pixel density, screen resolution, screen durability, and processor performance, the Galaxy S11 wins over iPhone 11.