Do you need a new business phone? Unsure of what phone to select?

 

Take a look at our iPhone vs Samsung guide to help you make your choice.

 

With the iPhone 13 on the market, people question if they should stay with their current phone provider or jump ship to their competitor. This article will discuss the latest iPhone, iPhone 13, against the latest Samsung model, Samsung Galaxy S21.

 

Design and Durability

 iPhone 13

With the exception of a redesigned camera module and some new colour options, the iPhone 13 is a similar style to its predecessor. Additionally, it also comes in five colours: black, blue, pink, white, and red. Stainless steel rails and a frosted glass back give the iPhone 13 Pro Max a more sophisticated look. It’s available in four more colours: blue, gold, grey, and white.

 

The iPhone 13 Pro series

While the entire Samsung S21 lineup got a makeover, the entry-level model is especially playful. It sports a matte plastic back in grey, pink, purple, and white. The camera module is also integrated into the aluminium frame.  Both the iPhone 13 and Samsung Galaxy S21 series have an IP68 rating, and can withstand 4.9 feet of water for a half-hour. 

 

The S21 has a plastic body and Gorilla Glass display, while the 21 Ultra’s backplate is made of Gorilla Glass. The iPhone 13 and 13 Pro Max use Apple’s custom ceramic shield glass for the displays and back panels. Apple claims it’s more durable than other strengthened glass displays, however, it is much more prone to scratching.

 

Display

The iPhone 13 sports a bright, 6.1-inch OLED display panel with a 60Hz refresh rate. On the iPhone 13 Pro Max, you’ll find a 6.7-inch OLED panel with a dynamic refresh rate between 10Hz and 120Hz.

Alternatively, Samsung has long been known for its AMOLED display panels, and the S21 series is no exception. The Galaxy S21 sports a 6.2-inch screen with a variable refresh rate that changes from 48Hz to 120Hz.

The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra has the biggest display at 6.8 inches. And like the iPhone 13 Pro Max, the S21 can be lowered to 10Hz when you’re reading and can be increased back up to 120Hz when gaming.

 

All of the displays are so crisp it would be impossible to spot the higher pixel density with the human eye. Apple’s displays are significantly brighter, however than the Galaxy S21 series, making them better for HDR content and use in bright light.

Cameras

On the iPhone 13, you’ll find two updated 12MP sensors. The primary lens has an f/1.6 aperture with 100% focus pixels and sensor-shift optical image stabilisation. The ultrawide lens has a 120-degree field of view with an f/2.4 aperture and 2x optical zoom out. On the front of the phone, you’ll find a 12MP TrueDepth sensor with an f/2.2 aperture.

 

There’s a triple rear camera stack on the Samsung Galaxy S21. The primary telephoto lens is 64MP with an f/1.8 aperture, and it has dual phase detection autofocus (AF), hybrid optic 3X zoom, and optical image stabilisation (OIS). There’s also a 12MP wide-angle lens with an f/1.8 aperture, dual pixel AF, and OIS. A 12MP ultra-wide lens with an f/2.2 aperture rounds out the trio.

 

The Galaxy S21 Ultra has an entirely different quad-camera stack. There is a 108MP sensor that has an f/1.8 aperture, phase-detection AF, and OIS. Both telephoto lenses have dual pixel AF and OIS. A 12MP ultra-wide lens with an f/2.2 aperture and dual-pixel AF fills completes the picture. A 40MP front-facing selfie cam with an f/2.2 aperture with phase-detection AF peeks out of the hole punch on the front of the phone.

 

Overview: iPhone Vs Samsung

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