Samsung is usually the brand to turn to in the flagship segment when you want a phone that can do anything and everything. All kinds of sensors and features make it to the latest in the Samsung devices.
All that changed with the launch of the Galaxy Note 10 series. The Note 10 has no headphone jack, or expandable storage. The new design philosophies point to a direction where Apple has headed before. As a matter of fact, the Note 10 and the iPhone XS are similarly priced as well.
Samsung has been closing in on Apple in every way, it seems. But here are two features that set the upcoming Apple iPhone 11 apart from the Galaxy Note 10
Google’s Assistant has always been the better AI companion while all other variants including Apple’s Siri and Samsung’s own Bixby are in a different, lower league. While it is tough for Apple to beat Assistant, the company has done one up comparing to Samsung’s Siri.
Apple’s Siri will now soon work offline, helping out in patchy network conditions and making the data locally available would also mean more privacy since the data isn’t being uploaded to the cloud constantly. Apple was one of the many companies who recently faced flak for listening in on audio inputs regularly.
Apple and Google are the only two big brands that are steering slowly towards eSIM support. The step will be one that will eventually make it possible for customers to quickly switch cellular capabilities based on what service has better reception, prices or offers in their location....