iPhone 11 Vs iPhone XS – Camera & Display REVIEW
iPhone 11 succeeds the iPhone XR; its rear camera is an update in the strictest form. However, when we compare the device with the iPhone XS, we discover that even though both smartphones have a dual rear camera configuration, they have different lenses. In addition, Apple’s small but highly critical updates on the A13 allow the iPhone 11 to do much more with data entry from the smartphone’s camera sensors.
The iPhone 11, like the iPhone 11 Pro, has a feature called Apple as Deep Fusion. Deep Fusion takes photographic calculations to a whole new level. For the first time, the iPhone’s neural engine will perform these calculations and analyze 24 million pixels individually in a second to optimize noise, texture, color accuracy, and other image quality parameters.
Moving towards the specifications, the iPhone 11 has wide-angle and wide-angle lenses present in the rear camera configuration. The wide-angle lens has a resolution of 12MP, a focal length of 26 mm, and an aperture width f / 1.8 and six elements.
The ultra-wide-angle lens has a resolution of 12MP, a focal length of 13 mm, five lens elements, and a field of view of 120 °. In addition, only the wide-angle lens has phase detection. The iPhone 11 also features Night Mode, which uses multiple images at different shutter speeds to optimize the final product for the total light captured. Apple’s 2019 smartphone also adds High-Key mono for vertical lighting effects.
iPhone XS has the same side angle sensor as the iPhone 11. However, the smartphone has a telephoto lens with 12MP resolution, f / 2.4 aperture, and 52 mm focal length instead of an ultra-wide-angle lens. The iPhone 11 and the iPhone XS have a similar optical zoom, although the latter has a telephoto lens. But, the presence of this lens allows the iPhone XS to reach a 10x digital zoom.
The iPhone 11 has the best front camera sensor, which brings 4K video recording to the smartphone and matches it and exceeds the Galaxy Note 10+ front camera recording. In addition, the iPhone 11’s front camera can also be 1080p at 120 fps, which will be a godsend for selfie lovers.
Finally, both devices allow you to take 8MP photos while recording 4K videos, but only the iPhone XS has dual optical image stabilization. But, only the wide-angle lens of the iPhone 11 has 100% focus pixels.