While the two are similar, the iPhone 11’s screen has some differences, especially when compared to the XR. Both phones feature a 6.1-inch LCD screen, but the iPhone’s resolution is lower than that of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and iPhone XR. That said, if you’re looking for an upgrade for your iPhone 7 or iPhone 8 and don’t care about the resolution, the iPhone 11 should still be a great choice.
The cameras on the iPhone 11 are superior. It can shoot 4K videos at 60 frames per second, which makes it perfect for capturing slow-motion video. The Samsung Galaxy S10 has a hole-punch camera, but this means you can’t use Face ID for secure functionality. While both phones have a good camera, the iPhone 11 has a better overall performance and a more attractive design. The Galaxy S10 is slightly heavier, but it’s still much smaller than the iPhone 11.
Battery life is also a major issue. The iPhone 11’s 3,110mAh battery isn’t nearly as long as the Galaxy S10’s 3,400mAh battery. The Galaxy S10 has a larger battery and a faster charger, but it doesn’t outperform the iPhone 11’s battery life. The Galaxy S10 is also more powerful, and you can charge other devices wirelessly with the Galaxy S10’s Wireless PowerShare feature. The Galaxy S10’s wireless charging capability lets you charge Galaxy Buds or other devices from your phone. This feature is particularly useful when you want to share a phone with a friend.