With all those Pro, Plus and Max variants out there, occasionally there is not sufficient attention given to the vanilla variants of Android flagships. However regardless of they are not the most advanced variants, they are often improved deals in terms of price for money. Below you could find a technical specs comparison between the vanilla version of the most recent flagship line-ups introduced by Samsung, Huawei, and Apple. We will try to let you understand what device is the suitable price for money top-tier flagship for your needs between the vanilla Huawei Mate 30, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and iPhone 11.
If we speak about design and build top quality, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and iPhone 11 are very good to the Huawei Mate 30. They arrive with sturdier bodies which boast the IP68 resistance for water and dust resistant. iPhone 11 is the most compact one, however its massive notch may not be the suitable for everyone. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 attributes a higher screen-to-body ratio and a notch-less punch-hole screen, like well like a clean glass back and a tray for the S Pen what is an additional added price for productivity users.
Despite it is just an LCD screen and not an OLED panel, the screen of the iPhone 11 is the most interesting one. It swanks a extremely high brightness (625 nits), the HDR10 and Dolby Vision tech for fantastic colour representation, and a high 120 Hz refresh ratio. On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy Note 10’s screen is all but disappointing like it is HDR10+ compliant and supports the S Pen and an in-screen fingerprint reader. Huawei Mate 30 offers a wider diagonal however not improved good quality.
With its Apple A13 Bionic chipset, inner memory up to 256 GB and the remarkable iOS software optimization, iPhone 11 offers blazing speeds and constant stability. There is with no challenge for its rivals: it is the best product after it ships to overall performance. But the iPhone 11 does not come with 5G connectivity, whereas both Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Huawei Mate 30 have 5G variants (they are more high-cost than the LTE ones). Huawei Mate 30 ships with Android 10 out of the box, although Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is yet based on Android 9 Pie.
It is still too soon to make a digital camera comparison between Huawei Mate 30, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and iPhone 11. Whereas the initial made its debut yesterday, the iPhone 11 just hitten the shelves. On the paper, Huawei Mate 30 has the most interesting digital camera hardware, but digital camera hardware is not everything. Unlike its challengers, iPhone 11 lacks an ultrawide digital camera.
With a 4200 mAh battery and its chipset built at 7 nm+, we believe that Huawei Mate 30 will offer the longest battery life. It even boasts the quickest wired charging technology of the trio and the fastest wireless charging technology ever seen on a smartphone. iPhone 11 has an average 3046 mAh but it still offers a long battery life. Even Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is all but disappointing, however we do not believe they will match Huawei Mate 30 in any scenario.
Huawei Mate 30 and iPhone 11 made their debut with ?800/$880 (Asia) and ?839/$699 (Global) price tags, respectively, even though Samsung Galaxy Note 10 begins from ?950/$1045 globally. Because of to its greater battery, wonderful cameras, and optional 5G support, Huawei Mate 30 appears to be as a extra interesting product at the close of the day (on the paper), but we could give you a definitive opinion only after testing all of them accurately. If you are a productivity user, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 could be more suitable for your needs thanks to the presence of S Pen.
Wonderful digital cameras
5G (optional with integrated modem)
Reverse wireless charging
Awesome 120 Hz screen
Reverse wireless charging
Good digital cameras