IPHONE 11 HAS NO NEW FEATURES | TECH JARUS


So Apple has just taken the wraps of its three new 2019 iPhones. The iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro max.   Whatever you think of the brand, there's no denying these will be among the most popular smartphones of the next year. But just because the iPhone is so ubiquitous doesn't mean it's always the best. In fact, we've rounded up the top five Android phones that best outperform and otherwise embarrass apples very latest.

NIGHT MODE => GOOGLE PIXEL 3
The p30 pro also has a formidable handheld mic mode but arguably the original king of nighttime photography whose Google pixel series currently led by google pixel 3. The pixels night mode captures unmatched color detail and clarity and darker scenes thanks to computational technology techniques that are similar to Apple's night mode and deep fusion features. In fact, since Google's software is so powerful these features are available on the pixel 3 a series as well which stars are just 399 in the US. A fraction of what you'll pay even for the new iPhone 11.



WIRELES CHARGING  = > SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 10

Apple's new iPhones offer reverse wireless charging for the first time along with the boost of up to five more hours of battery life compared to the previous generation, along with wireless charging the phones themselves and 18 watts fast wired charging. However, none of this is remotely unique in the Android World.  The galaxy note 10 plus for Instance offers a whopping 45 watts of charging power over USB PD .most Samsung flagship the past year have supported reverse wireless charging for topping up gadgets like headphones and smartwatches. And Samsung phones among others also feature fast wireless charging for quicker refills without the wires. Plus the Galaxy Note series is well established for offering easy all-day battery life. If you want even faster charging a capacious battery and numerous more charging options. It's definitely worth also taking a look at Samsung's flagship.

KNOTCH  => ONEPLUS 7 PRO 90HZ FULL SCREEN


Let's talk about the knotch while apple has reduced the footprint of the iPhone 10 hefty screen cutout in the new 11 Pro Series.  Android brands have also been working tirelessly to eliminate the knotch and to be blunt they've made way more progress than Cupertino has. The obvious examples include note 10 and Galaxy S 10 series with their hole punch panels. That's to say nothing of all-screen devices like the one plus 7 Pro which do away with the cutout all together thanks to their pop-up selfie cameras. What's more, the one plus flagship also boasts a 90 Hertz refresh rate quicker and smoother than anything Apple has to offer for a much more fluid experience. While Apple has high refresh rates in its ipads it's still yet to offer this technology in its phones which are stuck at 60 Hertz. In the coming year expect more Android phones to offer this new faster display technology potentially leaving Apple in the dust.

CAMERA => HUAWEI P30 PRO


The new iPhone ugly gets his biggest camera upgrade in years with a new triple 12-megapixel set up in the Pro Series. A staggered wide-angle setup a telephoto camera and a new ultra-wide sensor that finally sees Apple joining the triple Camera Club. Android phones have offered similar versatility going back to the phones like the LGB 40 and Huawei May 20 pro last year. But right now the camera phone to beat is undoubtedly the Huawei p30 Pro. With its own triple camera setup that matches the iPhone and possibly beats it in some key areas. Huawei's homegrown RYYB 14 megapixel sensor offers unparalleled low-light captures and that's paired with a capable ultra-wide camera and a whopping 5 times optical zoom camera that's good for up to 10 times in hybrid Zoom. And that's far beyond what the iPhones 2times telephoto camera can render.


HEADJACK AND SD => GALAXY S10
Let's face it as advanced as the new iPhones are you're still missing out on expandable storage to the MicroSD slot that has been a Samsung staple for years now. In fact with the galaxy s 10 plus you can start with up to a terabyte of storage and expand even further thanks to an SD card. Plus if you are a connected pair of high-quality headphones the best option remains a direct 3.5-millimeter connection. That's something you still can't do on an iPhone without that annoying 3.5 millimeters to the lightning dongle. So look no one's trying to say to the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro won't be great phones I'm sure they will. But as always Apple isn't necessarily doing anything new here and if you want all of these features today perhaps for less than the premium price Cupertino is charging. It's absolutely possible to get all of them right now in a top-end Android flagship.

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