The Galaxy S20 Ultra and iPhone 11 Pro Max are two of the biggest phones in the smartphone industry, both in physical dimensions and in terms of significance. They are also some of the most expensive phones on the market, so what makes them worth that money, and is the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra better than Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro Max?

The Galaxy S20 Ultra and iPhone 11 Pro Max are two enormous flagship phones, and that size gives you enough room to squeeze in every imaginable application. Both have incredibly powerful cameras, massive batteries, and of course, huge screens, but there are plenty of things they do not have in common.

For starters, the newer Galaxy S20 Ultra supports 5G while the iPhone 11 Pro Max does not. From a design standpoint, the Galaxy S20 Ultra has a glossy coating while the iPhone uses etched matte glass.

The iPhone 11 Pro Max’s Super Retina XDR display is incredibly color-accurate and has excellent daylight visibility, but the Galaxy S20 Ultra is equally vibrant and has much higher resolution, but the most important advantage is its 120Hz refresh rate. The S20 Ultra’s display refreshes twice as often as the iPhone’s, making scrolling through apps and text feel incredibly smooth and responsive.

Both phones have powerful cameras, with three 12MP sensors on the iPhone 11 Pro Max and four sensors of different resolutions on the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Apple’s Deep Fusion processing takes incredible photos, while the Galaxy S20 Ultra’s powerful processor can handle 8K video.

With the Galaxy S20 Ultra, Samsung is using AI image processing as well and has beefed up its cameras with dramatically larger sensors that take in more light and detail. Video is an equally impressive factor of both phones. Using third-party apps like Filmic Pro, the iPhone 11 Pro Max can record 4K videos from multiple cameras at once. On the Galaxy S20 Ultra, you can record 8K video, and even trim, edit, and upload straight from the phone.

4K video resolution is a high-definition (HD) video that has four times that resolution of 1080p HD video. 8K is a higher resolution standard than 4K, quadrupling the total number of pixels just like 4K did with 1080p HD video. 8K is 7,680 by 4,320 resolution or approximately 8,000 horizontal pixels.

Both phones are fantastic representations of their parent platforms, and both make incredible use of their cameras. Either phone can serve your needs, but you will save money with the iPhone 11 Pro Max. The Galaxy S20 Ultra is more expensive, but if you are looking to try 5G for the first time or even shoot 8K video, this is the best option.

Below are the specifications for both phones and it seems that the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is a better phone than Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro Max. It weighs 4grams less than the iPhone 11 Pro Max. It has a larger battery capacity, has a larger screen by 0.4inches and has 3 times the memory size of iPhone 11 Pro Max. Lastly, it has 5 cameras, 4 in the back and 1 in front, while the iPhone 11 Pro Max has 3 cameras at the back and 1 front camera.

So what do you think? Is the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra smartphone a better phone than the Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max smartphone? We would like to know what you think.

Specifications Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro Max
Operating System Android 10 iOS 13
Colors Cosmic Black, Cosmic Gray Space Gray, Silver, Midnight Green, Gold
Weight 222g 226g
Dimensions 166.9 x 76 x 8.8mm 158 x 77.8 x 8.1mm
Water Resistance IP68 IP68
Battery 5000mAh 3969mAh
Audio Dual speakers Dual speakers
Ports USB-C Lightning
Connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11ax, Bluetooth 5.0, 5G (mmWave, sub-6) Wi-Fi 802.11ax, Bluetooth 5.0, LTE
Security In-display fingerprint sensor Face ID
Display

 

6.9 inches, 20:9 aspect ratio, 3200×1440 (511 ppi) resolution, Dynamic AMOLED 6.5 inches, 19.5:9 aspect ratio, 2688×1242 (458 ppi) resolution, Super Retina XDR OLED
Processor

 

Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, 8-core Apple A13 Bionic, 6-core
Graphics Adreno 650 Apple GPU
Memory 12/16GB RAM 4GB RAM
Storage 128/512GB 64/256/512GB
Expandable Storage Yes No
Rear Cameras 108MP, ƒ/1.8, 26mm

12MP, ƒ/2.2, 13mm

48MP, ƒ/3.6, 102mm

0.3MP ToF

12MP, ƒ/1.8, 26mm

12MP, ƒ/2.0, 52mm

12MP, ƒ/2.4, 13mm

Front Camera 40MP, ƒ/2.2, 26mm 12MP, ƒ/2.2, 23mm

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