While the top smartphone model for iOS users is the iPhone 12 Pro Max, Android users have a couple of options and one of them is the recently announced Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. This comparison will present a detailed specs sheet of both smartphones.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra has an overall square-ish look although the edges are a bit rounded. This phone uses a small center punch hole which takes the screen-to-body ratio to almost 90%.
The iPhone 12 Pro Max on the other hand is more rounded and uses a big notch. With the notch size, the screen-to-body ratio of the display is just over 87%. Both smartphones have a sleek feel and a premium appearance.
On the rear, there is a huge difference between these devices. The iPhone 12 Pro Max uses the regular rounded camera module with three sensors and a flash inside it.
However, the Galaxy S21 Ultra comes with something more unique. For the first time, the square camera module attaches itself to the edge of the phone.
On the display capabilities, it will be very tight to call. However, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra has higher resolution, brightness, HDR, pixel density, and screen ratio. However, it is still tight to call because these features are user-dependent.
While the Galaxy S21 Ultra uses the Snapdragon 888 / Exynos 2100, the iPhone 12 Pro Max comes with an Apple Bionic A14 chip. These chips are built with the 5nm manufacturing process. However, the SD888 and Exynos 2100 uses Samsung’s solution while the Bionic A14 uses TSMC’s solution.
I have to say, with the new iphone 12 pro max I’m hella surprised about the phone battery. normally speaking I had to charge my phone a couple of times. I have had my phone on me since this morning at 11am. but it is now 2am and is just now in the 20%. Well done apple 🤙🏻— ✨🌻 (@nvrbemiley) January 18, 2021
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