I've been switching between Samsung's new Galaxy Note 10 and Apple's iPhone XS Max - here are the biggest differences I've noticed
- Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 and Apple's iPhone XS Max both offer great screens, smooth performance, and long battery life, but there are a few important ways in which they differ.
- With its S Pen stylus and multitasking features, the Note 10 is better when it comes to productivity. It also has a design that's more striking than the iPhone XS Max.
- But the iPhone's camera outperformed Samsung's in side-by-side tests by capturing images with colors that were more genuine and clearer in low-light conditions.
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I've been switching between the iPhone XS Max, which is expected to be getting a sequel on September 10 at Apple's upcoming event, and Samsung's newly released Galaxy Note 10.
Here's a brief look at how the two phones compare when it comes to camera performance, display quality, and other characteristics.