The anticipated iPhone 11 arrives as a challenger to the Android models and seeks to become the new trend in the market. Priced at Rs. 64,900, the iPhone 11 keeps itself top-notch with all the top-notch hardware that its keeps under its hood.
The iPhone 11 has one of the fastest processors of 2019. It has also tackled the issue of poor low-light shots and arrived with a decent Night Mode. Overall, the iPhone 11 is a marvellous handset, though the lack of AMOLED screen is a disappointment. If you can strengthen your budget a little bit, then the iPhone 11 Pro can be a great phone to go for.
iPhone 11 comes with the signature iPhone look that sets it apart from the other phone brands. It has a few pros and cons:
- The phone has a comfortable design with IP68 waterproofing.
- The iPhone 11 has a decent LCD which can be quite immersive.
- iPhone 11 comes with an A13 Bionic chip which is power efficient and yet the fastest processor of this year.
- The iPhone 11 can keep chugging for a whole day with its improved battery.
- The phone has improved a lot in its camera department, arriving with the potential to click fantastic day and night-time shots.
- iPhone 11 does not come with an AMOLED screen despite coming at a premium price.
The iPhone 11 defines itself as a phone belonging to the iPhone standard with its amazing A13 Bionic chipset and camera improvements. However, the lack of AMOLED screen at such a pricey model might seem disappointing. If you can increase the budget a little bit, you should get the iPhone 11 Pro instead of this phone. However, like an iPhone, the iPhone 11 fares well and can keep you happy.
iPhone 11 has a record performance, great cameras, and capable batteries, but it lacks an AMOLED screen despite coming at a premium price.
iPhone 11 has the same screen as the iPhone XR, which is the 6.1-inch LCD which gives impressive colour accuracy and brightness. The viewing angles are quite good. However, you don’t get the vibrancy that OLED panels bring. The phone does support P3 wide colour gamut and Apple’s True Tone technology, both of which is based on the ambient light conditions. The phone record 625 nits on brightness which is quite decent. However, iPhone 11 Pro Max gets 800 nits which makes it more immersive.
The iPhone 11 looks almost similar to the iPhone XR, excepting the dual-camera at the back. It has the same dimensions of 150.9×75.7×8.3mm and the same weight of 194g. It is of an aluminum and glass build – the glass is said to be the toughest there is as of now. It is less shiny than the iPhone XR. On the back, the dual camera has a bump which looks like a squarish island. It keeps the phone slightly raised when it is set down on its back panel and thus, makes the phone wobble. In general, the phone is quite compact and comfortable. It has gotten an IP68 rating for dustproof and waterproofing, which means that it will survive a depth of 2 meters for around 30 minutes.
iPhone 11 arrives with the new A13 Bionic chip which amps up the power by 20% and uses 30% less energy. It also has a 20% faster neural engine, and since most computing and functionality are moving towards machine learning, this is a significant development. iPhone 11 was able to handle everything that was thrown at it. It can run Asphalt 9 smoothly with plenty of details. The phone can also run multiple apps simultaneously without struggling. It got a multi-core score of 13,550 points in Geekbench 4, which is excellent and faster than the fastest Android phones currently in the market.
iPhone 11 brings a lot of improvement in its camera department. It arrives with a 12MP Ultra-wide camera and a 12MP improved Standard Wide angle camera. Apple generally comes up with great cameras, but recently, it has continued to struggle with low-light photography when compared to its competitors. iPhone 11 brings Apple’s new Night Mode, which can capture great low-light photos with accurate colours without any artificial brightening. There are no botches, and it can detect low-light conditions even better. Night Mode shots, however, take about 2-4 seconds to click. It does not have Live Photos or Flash. In general, the low-light photos of this phone stand out. When there is adequate light, as usual, the images of the iPhone 11 shines. It has just the right amount of detail, proper exposure, and zero noise, giving an accurate representation of the scene. The selfie camera has improved as well. A 12MP selfie camera makes the selfies look quite decent, and it also supports Portrait mode. The front camera can record 4K videos at 60fps and 120fps slow-motion – a feature called slofies.
Video recording is great. You can record 4K video at 60fps with both the Wide and Ultra-wide cameras. The image stabilization is quite good too.
iPhone 11 has a battery which appears marginally thicker than the iPhone XR. Plus, the A13 Bionic chipset is efficient and hence, can keep the phone chugging for long. It was able to last for 15 hours and 20 minutes while playing an HD video on loop. That is 2 hours more than what iPhone XR managed. The phone can last you for a whole day. While the phone has fast charging, it comes with a 5W charger which will charge the phone for 3 and a half hours to get it full. It also supports wireless charging.
iPhone 11 may not look very different from the iPhone XR, but it has made some significant improvement in two sectors: the camera and the performance. Android phones are only just reaching the performance level of iPhone XR, but now, the iPhone 11 has made it even more difficult with the new A13 Bionic chipset. The cameras have improved a lot too. Not only is the iPhone 11 carrying a dual camera module, but it has improved on the Night mode. Now, you get detailed and impressive low-light shots with the iPhone 11. It is an excellent buy if you are an iPhone fan. However, if you can increase the budget, you should go for the iPhone 11 Pro Max for improved OLED display and three cameras.
- Bluetooth5.0, A2DP, LE
- Back Camera12 MP
- Front Camera12 MP
- Thickness0.33 inches
- Height5.94 inches
- Weight194 g
- ColorBlack, Green, Yellow, Purple, Red, White
- BuildFront/back glass, aluminum frame (7000 series)
- Width2.98 inches
- Display TypeLiquid Retina IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen
- Screen Size6.1 inches
- Screen Resolution828X1792
- Pixel Density326 ppi
- ProtectionScratch-resistant glass, oleophobic coating
- Display Size6 inch to 6.25 inch
- Display Resolution828 x 1792 pixels
- Aspect Ratio19.5:9
- Screen to Body Ratio79.00%
- CPUHexa-core (2x2.65 GHz Lightning 4x1.8 GHz Thunder)
- Chipset GPApple A13 Bionic (7 nm)
- RAM4 GB RAM
- GPUApple GPU (4-core graphics)
- OSiOS 13
- Expandable MemoryNo
- Storage256 GB
- RAM/Internal Storage64GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 4GB RAM, 256GB 4GB RAM
- Dual Camera12 MP, f/1.8, 26mm (wide), 1/2.55, 1.4 micron12 MP, f/2.4, 13mm (ultrawide)
- Back Camera FeaturesQuad-LED dual-tone flash, HDR (photo/panorama)
- Back Camera Video2160p24/30/60fps, 1080p30/60/120/240fps, HDR, stereo sound rec.
- Front Camera Video2160p24/30/60fps, 1080p30/60/120fps, gyro-EIS
- Front Camera FeaturesHDR
- Dual Camera12 MP, f/2.2TOF 3D camera
- HeadPhone JackYes
- Audio FeaturesActive noise cancellation with dedicated micDolby AtmosDolby Digital Plus
- Talk TimeUp to 17 h (multimedia)
- User ReplaceableNon-removable
- Battery Capacity3110 mAh
- Battery Capacity3046 mAh
- Music TimeUp to 65 h
- ChargingFast battery charging 18W: 50% in 30 minUSB Power Delivery 2.0Qi wireless charging
- Battery TypeLi-Ion
- USB2.0, proprietary reversible connector
- Network SupportGSM / CDMA / HSPA / EVDO / LTE
- GPSYes, with A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, QZSS
- SIMSingle SIM (Nano-SIM and/or Electronic SIM card) or Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by) - for China
- WLANWi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax, dual-band, hotspot
- SensorsFace ID, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer
- Water ResistantIP68 dust/water resistant (up to 2m for 30 mins)
- Announced On2019, September
- StatusAvailable. Released 2019, September
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