iPhone 11 Pro Review

Released alongside the iPhone 11, looks just like the Pro Max but only smaller and sells for $999.

Design and Display

The iPhone 11 Pro sports a 6.1″ OLED notch display with 1125 × 2346 pixels at 458 ppi (181ppcm). Has a screen to body ratio of 80.61% giving a full screen view. The display has features similar to iPhone 11, it packs additional Super Retina XDR, Dolby vision, Wide colour gamut, Haptic touch, 800 cd/m².

Having dimensions of 144 × 71.4 × 8.1 mm and weighs 186g , it is the smallest of the trio and the coolest so far. Built with glass and aluminum finish, and comes in Gold, Midnight Green, Space Great and Silver color arrays. It is IP68 certified waterproof and dust resistant.

Os and Performance

The iPhone 11 Pro is built on iOS 13, and is powered by a Hexa-core Apple A13 Bionic chipset processor on 7nm process technology.

For RAM we have a 6GB LPDDR4X double channel RAM with 8 core Neural engine (NPU). Also there’s a 64/258/512 GB ROM versions.

Camera

The iPhone 11 Pro sports a triple rear camera set up, the first in iPhone series. We have a 12mp main camera, Sony Exmor RS (CMOS) sensor with f/1.8 aperture, that shoots at 4032 × 3024 pixels and 4k video recording at 60 fps. Also we have a second 12mp f/2.4 aperture ultra wide(120°) sensor and a third 12mp, f/2.0 aperture, 5 elements lens, digital zoom(10X) sensor. All supported by a Quad LED tone.

At the notch display we have CMOS BSI( backside illumination) 12mp selfie camera with f/2.2 aperture, with Cinematic video stabilization and face unlock.

Battery

The iPhone 11 Pro has a 3190 mAh Li-ion battery with wireless charging, fast charging and reverse wireless charging. Also a 9V/2A charger.

The iPhone 11 Pro is really a flagship device that has got my attention, even though I am not an iPhone lover. You should get this device today

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