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Apple iPhone 12 Pro Vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 20: Face Off

The CRN Test Center puts Apple’s new iPhone 12 Pro head-to-head against Samsung’s latest Galaxy Note smartphone.

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The iPhone 12 Pro and Galaxy Note 20 are the smaller models in their respective pro smartphone lines from Apple and Samsung. But both are still pretty big by the standards of just a few years ago. And that brings us to the first major difference between the two phones in our face off: the Galaxy Note 20 is the much larger option, with a display measuring 6.7 inches diagonally. By contrast, the iPhone 12 Pro display is 9 percent smaller at 6.1 inches. Users looking for a lot of screen space may want to give serious consideration to the Note 20--which offers so much space in part to make it easier for taking handwritten notes with the included S Pen stylus.

Both phones rate high on display quality, offering vivid colors and brightness thanks to the inclusion of OLED display technology on each device. However, the iPhone 12 Pro offers the higher-res display with resolution of 2,532 x 1,170, or 460 pixels per inch (ppi). The display resolution on the Galaxy Note 20 comes in at 2,400 x 1,080, or 393 ppi.

 
 
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