5 Reasons Why Samsung Galaxy Note10 Plus Easily Beats Apple iPhone 11 Pro

The specs and features which iPhone 11 Pro brings seems superior on paper if you compare them with what Samsung’s new flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 10 Plus offers. Despite the facts that iPhone 11 has introduce the most powerful processor till this date first time in a smartphone, larger battery and much improved cameras from their last years smartphone, Galaxy Note 10 Plus still easily beats iPhone 11 in 5 ways. Which shows that launch of iPhone 11 does not means game over for Note 10 Plus.

5 Reasons Why Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus Easily Beats Apple iPhone 11 Pro

5 Reasons Why Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus Easily Beats Apple iPhone 11 Pro

Below we are going to discuss the top 5 reasons that Why Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus easily Beats Apple iPhone 11 Pro.

5 Reasons Why Samsung Galaxy Note10 Plus Easily Beats Apple iPhone 11 Pro

1. 5G Enabled Galaxy Note10 Plus

When you’re willing to spend $1,299, there is no reason to not choose the Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G from Verizon (with the phone coming to other carriers soon). You can enjoy gigabit speeds in a growing number of cities where 5G networks are deployed, with that wireless boost. Although it’s going to take a while to get to nationwide coverage, but you can enjoy up to 10 times faster download speeds, if you live in an area with 5G. And that’s something you won’t get from an iPhone until 2020 at the earliest.

2. Storage Space is Bigger in Galaxy Note 10 Plus

Both the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus come with 256GB of storage standard. On the other hand Bad news for the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max lovers because they start with a measly 64GB of storage. We can see why Apple might stick its regular $699 iPhone 11 64GB, but not a $1,000 flagship (let alone a $1,100 one). In addition to that the Galaxy Note 10 Plus offers micro SD expansion. Which is the thing Apple’s iPhones never have included.

3. Reverse Wireless Charging Capability in Galaxy Note 10 Plus

There is a rumor that iPhone 11 Pro features didn’t come to pass reverse wireless charging, which would have allowed you to place Qi compatible devices like Air Pods on the back of the phones to give them some power. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus both have reverse wireless charging, allowing you to not only charge your Galaxy Buds but also other smartphones that support the Qi wireless charging standard. Such as the recently introduced Apple’s new flagship iPhone 11 Pro.

4. Display is Larger in Galaxy Note10 Plus

We have to accept the fact that iPhone 11 Pro’s new Super Retina XDR displays are brighter and more colorful than anything Apple has introduced before, but if you simply prefer a larger Display then  Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus beats iPhone 11 Pro. The regular Galaxy Note 10 has a 6.1 inch AMOLED screen and the Note 10 Plus sports a huge 6.8 inch display. Having said that, the iPhone 11 offers a 5.8 inch screen and the iPhone 11 Pro Max offers 6.5 inches.

5. S Pen is offered with Galaxy Note10 Plus

Some rumors were circulating before the launch of iPhone 11 Pro that it will come equipped with the Apple Pencil support, but it just didn’t happen. The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus both offer Samsung’s S Pen, which lets you take notes and draw with ease. Both Note 10 devices support new S Pen capabilities including Air Gestures for things like switching camera modes with a wave of your hand and converting handwriting to text. Another win of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus over iPhone 11 Pro.

With the launch of iPhone 11 Pro, two arch rivals are again face to face for the battle. Few weeks earlier Samsung’s latest Galaxy flagship smartphones Note 10 and Note 10 Plus debuted as well with an in screen fingerprint scanner, nearly bezel less and almost notch free display, 3D camera sensors on the back of the Note 10 Plus and 5G connectivity. Both Note 10 and 10 Plus have wireless charging as well as traditional USB-C, but with 25W fast charger. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series smartphones also offers Wireless Power Share, which directly powers other devices and accessories.

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