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Head-To-Head: Samsung Galaxy S10e vs. Apple iPhone XR

The CRN Test Center compares one of Samsung's new Galaxy S10 smartphones with its counterpart in the iPhone lineup.

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Apple's iPhone XR is the larger device in our comparison, with a display measuring 6.1 inches, versus the 5.8-inch screen on the Samsung Galaxy S10e. However, the S10e has the advantage of offering vibrant OLED display technology, while the iPhone XR sticks with LCD. Apple contends that the phone's "Liquid Retina" display features better picture quality and colors over past LCD screens, though.

The Galaxy S10e also offers a higher-resolution screen at 2,160 x 1,080, or 438 pixels per inch (ppi). That's compared to the 326 ppi (1,792 x 828) display on the iPhone XR. Additionally, Galaxy S10e display features the front-facing camera located in the upper righthand corner. The "hole punch" design avoids the need for a camera notch, as on the iPhone XR. That helps to give the S10e a higher screen-to-body ratio, of 93.1 percent. By contrast, the screen-to-body ratio on the iPhone XR has been calculated at 79 percent.

 
 
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