The iPhone 11 and Samsung Galaxy S20 are a pair of entry-level flagship phones that take on what being a flagship really entails by surprisingly different means. Although there’s a huge gap between the two phones in price, hardware and features, when it comes to purchasing a new smartphone, they are sure to be some people’s favourite choices.

With a less robust display than the Galaxy S20, the iPhone 11 joins this contest with (LCD vs OLED). And, with 4G, the Galaxy S20 has 5G connectivity, while the iPhone 11. The iPhone 11 is no slouch, though as it provides a strong A13 Bionic processor, long battery life and its own excellent cameras. we thought it would be best to review some features of both the phones. Read on to find out:


At £899 ($999, AU$1499), the Samsung Galaxy S20 (5G) hit the shelves. Since then, rates have plummeted by about 10 percent, so you should be able to make some money.

At the Apple Store, the iPhone 11 is priced at £ 729 ($ 699, AU$ 1199), but buy around and you’ll almost definitely get a discount. We’ve described the cheapest iPhone 11 offers for today below.

Apple is known for its costly smartphones, if there’s one thing. Still, oddly enough, the cheaper alternative here is the iPhone 11.

Battery Life

The best smartphones of today double as Walkmans, mini TVs, game consoles, maps, diaries, schedules, personal trainers, and much more. Your life will come to a stop if the phone conks out. Thankfully, with the iPhone 11 or Galaxy S20, there is no risk of that happening-both go the way.

There is a larger battery on the Samsung Galaxy S20 (4000mAh vs 3110mAh), but it still has power-hungry capabilities (120Hz display, 5G connectivity). As a result, both of these flagship phones offer a battery life of all-day equivalent.

When it comes to charging, Samsung has the upper hand. The S20 charges more easily than the iPhone (15W wireless charging vs 7.5W wireless charging). It also features ‘Wireless PowerShare’ that allows you to use the battery of your phone to charge other compatible Samsung devices wirelessly, such as the Galaxy Buds Live.

Design and Build

On a premium handset, cash out and you can demand premium fabrics and a style worthy of the flagship.

For the iPhone 11, a classier version of the iPhone XR, that is undoubtedly the case. Six colours are available: black, green, yellow, purple, white, red and for a different & stylish look you can also buy the best iphone 11 covers in the market. The case is a tad bulkier than its predecessors iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, but it is still highly attractive and normally luxurious.

The Galaxy S20 is smaller and lighter than the iPhone 11 (163g vs 194g), but it doesn’t sound nearly as premium (though you may prefer the lighter handset). It does however, boast an edge-to-edge screen that underlines the thinner bezel. It comes with a number of sleek mirror colours, such as Celestial Grey, Cloud Blue, and Cloud Pink.

The iPhone 11 has a Lightning port for charging, while the Galaxy S20 sports a USB-C port. There is no 3.5mm headphone jack on either unit, so you may want to invest in some.


Streaming platforms such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video deliver a true celebration of on-the-go TV and videos, so it is best to select a high-quality monitor smartphone. Time to see which phone can be enjoyed by your eyeballs.

A versatile 6.2in WQHD+ Dynamic AMOLED display with a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz is featured on the Samsung Galaxy S20. That implies that the screen of the S20 refreshes twice as easily as the 60Hx screen of the iPhone. In theory, that means that, especially when gaming, the S20 can provide a smoother image. HDR10+, Samsung’s own HDR processor technology, also has support.

On an OLED monitor, the iPhone 11 loses out and makes do with a 6.1-in Liquid Retina LCD. That may seem like a bad bargain, but note, with a contrast ratio of 1400:1, you still get a beautiful True Tone, Large colour display. Better still the iPhone 11 supports Dolby Vision and HDR10.


You’ll like the cut of Samsung’s jib if you’re the sort of guy who wants to go big or go home’. The South Korean giant, including a triple camera, has filled the S20 with features (12MP main, 12MP ultra-wide and 64MP telephoto).

Pictures taken with the Galaxy S20 are extremely cool, and it will win over keen photographers with the versatility to film with three distinctly different lenses. The S20 also features a more effective zoom than its opponent.

However, pixels aren’t anything. Just two rear lenses (a 12MP main and 12MP ultra-wide) can be used for the iPhone 11, but the flagship phone of Apple takes sharp, vibrant detailed images, even in the lowest light.

If you’re considering an 8K Telev, the S20 will capture 8K footage, while the iPhone 11 shoots 4K at up to 60fps. For most users, the latter would be more than sufficient.

Both phones execute their own camera trickery operated by AI. The S20 boasts Single Take, which chooses all the best moments you catch in one shot and compiles them. Its genius Portrait mode is the iPhone 11’s claim to fame in photography.

You’ll want to encrypt those pictures and videos, of course. Although the S20 uses a sleek in-screen fingerprint reader, the iPhone 11 unlocks using Apple’s FaceID class-leading facial recognition technology.


It is time to pick a winner after going toe-to-toe in any division. And it has to be the iPhone 11, based on our focus on audio and video output. If you want a powerful, feature-rich flagship phone at a (relatively inexpensive price, the iPhone offers excellent all-round bundled in a premium design

In certain ways, the Samsung Galaxy S20 outguns the iPhone 11 and is one of the better Android phones that we’ve reviewed. It has an impressive 120Hz OLED show for 5G and sports. To charge other gadgets, it also has an extra camera and doubles as a battery pack. It’s more expensive, but you definitely get what you’re asking for.


Sumit is a Tech and Gadget freak and loves writing about Android and iOS, his favourite past time is playing video games.

Write A Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.