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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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As mentioned, one of the biggest differences between these two devices is that the Galaxy Note 20 comes with its own stylus, the S Pen. And there are some notable improvements this time around. For one thing, Samsung has significantly reduced the latency for the stylus on the Note 20, allowing it to feel much more like a pen writing on paper now.

Additionally, in the Notes App on the Note 20, the stylus can now be used to annotate PDF files, which can also be imported directly into the app. Meanwhile, Samsung has added to the “air actions” that are available via gestures with the stylus. Air actions that are enabled with the S Pen now include home, move forward, move backward, recent app and screen capture.

The iPhone 12 Pro has a unique and useful feature of its own, as well. For the entire iPhone 12 series, Apple has included the ability to use magnetically attachable MagSafe accessories. The accessories are able to snap onto the back of the iPhone 12 Pro, as a new method for wireless charging.

 
 
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