This is what happens when two sets of bullet points collide. Michael Simon:
No matter which side you’re on, there’s no denying that the iPhone 11 Pro Max and the Galaxy Note 10+ are amazing. With giant screens, cutting-edge cameras, and gorgeous designs, they just might be the best phones ever made, and they’ve got sky-high price tags to match.
Which one is best? Bullet points will not divulge the secret.
The Note 10+ edges out the iPhone 11 Pro Max on the strength of its features (though I really miss the headphone jack), but it’s hard to argue with either choice. If someone handed me $1,100 and made me choose between them, I’d probably pick the iPhone 11 Pro Max on the strength of the camera.
Yeesh. So, what good was the comparison?
Oh, by the way, was there a comparison of Android vs. iOS 13? Nope. Was there a comparison of photos or videos? Nope. Battery life? Nope. Warranty and support? Nope. Ecosystem? Nope. Resale value? Nope.