In today’s day and age, every person uses a smartphone, and it has become a crucial part of our lives without us even noticing because they are so productive, and you can get so much work done on them. Here we are about to discuss two of the most important software on a smartphone that has changed the way you look at your phone now.
There are mainly two types of smartphone users in the world!
Here, we are not only comparing these two revolutionary mobile operating systems, but we are also going to compare their flagship phones in the year 2019. This year Apple Inc. launched the iPhone 11 Pro its eleventh version of mobile phone, and Google Inc. launched the Pixel 4 XL as their flagship Android phone, but which one is the best out of them? For that answer, we are now comparing these two devices based on performance, battery, camera, and also their Price and availability.
iPhone 11 Pro vs Google Pixel 4 XL- Performance
Now before we get started, both the processor on these devices is different, but both are flagship-grade chips in their own rights. Starting, iPhone 11 Pro is powered by the powerful A13 Bionic chip by Apple, which is far more capable and stronger than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 on Pixel 4. In the performance department, iPhone 11 Pro blows Pixel 4 XL right out of the park despite the Snapdragon 855 in the Pixel 4 XL is really capable and powerful. Still, it’s no match for Apple’s A13 Bionic chip present in the new iPhone 11 Pro.
You can see the performance difference between these two phones not only in real-life usage but also on benchmark apps such as Geekbench, Antutu, etc. and now speaking of benchmarks, the iPhone 11 Pro absolutely demolishes the Google Pixel 4 XL in Geekbench.
iPhone 11 Pro vs Google Pixel 4 XL– Battery
With the launch of Pixel 4 XL, the battery capacity has been increased to 3,700 mAh if compared to its predecessor, the Pixel 3 XL. However, still, the amount of battery is pretty small compared to the other Android Flagships at this range. Although it is more in battery capacity as compared to the iPhone 11 Pro, the Pixel 4 XL still lags behind the iPhone even though it has a 3,046 mAh battery.
Here, the optimizations and the work done by the engineers at Apple Inc. are commendable. Even at normal usages such as surfing the web, the iPhone 11 Pro outperforms the Pixel 4 XL by approx 2 hours and 21 minutes. (Source)
iPhone 11 Pro vs Google Pixel 4 XL– Camera
Now here comes the toughest comparison in this article, people who follow the Pixel lineup by google know that these devices have hands down the best camera on any smartphone ever period, but with the launch of iPhone 11 Pro with tons of new and amazing features Pixel now finally has someone to be concerned of.
Let’s take a glance at the specifications of both iPhone 11 Pro and Google Pixel 4 XL’s camera –
iPhone 11 Pro has a Tri-camera set up each one of 12MP with one Ultra-wide (13mm equivalent, f/2.4), one standard lens (26mm, f/1.8) and lastly a 2x telephoto lens (52mm) on the contrary the Pixel 4 XL has a dual-camera setup with a standard 12MP Dual-Pixel and 16MP Telephoto. Sadly, there is no Ultra-wide lens on the Pixel this year because, according to Google, there is no actual real-life use for an Ultra-wide lens. The thing with Google is that when you are done with clicking images on your Pixel the real magic happens as the AI algorithms transform the picture into a work of art and also the night sight feature given by Pixel is exceptional for taking low-light photographs but that does not mean the iPhone 11 Pro is a sissy as compared to the Pixel because this year’s innovation by Apple is also Exceptional in the camera department.
Here, you can see this video for camera comparison.
iPhone 11 Pro vs Google Pixel 4 XL– Price
- Pixel 4 XL 64 GB Model – $699 and Rs. 64,000
- Pixel 4 XL 128 GB Model – $799 and Rs. 83,000
- iPhone 11 Pro 64 GB – $999 and Rs. 70,900
In the end, both are pretty capable and good phones, whether it be the camera, performance, etc. now it all comes down to preferences whether you like iOS or Android. This is because the operating system of both phones is offset. We suggest you should stick with the iPhone 11 Pro if you have the budget and have no problem with the Apple Ecosystem because it has better performance, design, and also battery backup.