Smartphones are evolving annually, and the velocity of transition is high-speed. Apple and Samsung are some of the tech giants that are recognized for developing flagship-grade smartphones, providing one-of-a-kind features. Apple, for instance, organizes its main release event in September and Samsung, a month before that. Not more than a few months left, and we’ll get to meet the next-gen smartphones, iPhone 12 Pro series, respectively, the Galaxy Note 20+. Until then, however, let’s see how the two giants will take the markets by storm.
Will Both Smartphones Arrive With the Best Display So Far?
Giving the recent developments, the iPhone 12 Pro and the Galaxy Note 20+ might receive a better refresh rate this time around. The Galaxy Note 20+ might house a QHD+ panel with a 120Hz refresh rate, while Apple might introduce an FHD+ panel with a 120Hz refresh rate for its next-gen smartphone. Both devices might be compatible with HDR 10+ standards.
Which Smartphone Will Sport the Most Powerful Chipset?
iPhone 12 Pro is most likely to house the A14 Bionic’s capabilities, based on 5nm fabrication. The chipset will also be kitted with more transistors, increasing the battery life and other features. As for the Galaxy S20+, it might sport the Exynos 990/Snapdragon 865 and got a similar performance to the S20 series.
The One With the Best Camera So Far
Apple might continue to utilize a low-resolution wider aperture 12MP sensor and the introduction of something new, the LiDAR sensor. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ could flaunt a quad-camera module with a main camera of 108MP. Some leaks even suggested a 150MP and support for 8k video recording and processing.
However, the camera performance depends on a lot of things, such as post-processing, camera quality, and ISP. These next-gen smartphones might set a new benchmark in the phone camera photography. We should wait and see which one will be the best.
The One With the Most Successful Look
Apple could release at least three variants, and the iPhone 12 Pro might be the middle version, offering the most premium features. The device is also expected to flaunt a smaller notch.
As for the Galaxy Note 20+, it might resemble the Galaxy S20 Ultra’s design, maintaining the punch-hole concept.