Apple iPhone 11 Pro possibly received the least attention from buyers and critics alike. The iPhone 11 grabbed everyone’s view instantly because it is $700, the cheapest phone that you could buy while the iPhone 11 Pro Max is designed to make people happy who love to have bleeding edge technology.
Amongst all this hype, the iPhone 11 Pro is pretty much lost because in most reviews you will find that reviewers want you to pay that massive $999 for an OLED display. That’s the most compliment the phone will receive despite having one of the best image quality, HDR support and an amazingly good-looking display that is ideal for watching movies or simply browsing through apps.
One-Handed Use is Easy
Every last smartphone of today is large which is a problem no one addresses about but surprisingly the 5.8-inch display is easy to hold and use with one hand. While iOS 13 needs no praise, it does make it easier to access your favorite apps on the go.
You Don’t Have to be a Night Owl
Apple does do some good things then and now because they have managed to make a display that has a whopping 800 Nits brightness levels. On OLED screens, it’s like you have the brightest and most accurate color reproduction even under bright sunlight. There are very few phones, namely Samsung Galaxy devices that can give this one a tough competition.
Color Choices are Much Better
The iPhone 11 Pro offers midnight green, a color choice that seems to be an immediate hit among buyers. Once again the $999 will not make it an easy for you if you live in the United States or anywhere in the world. However, the color choices are some of the best and more elegant than the iPhone 11 on the Pro and Pro Max editions.
The Silver, Gold and Space Grey are all usual but the Midnight Green stands out of the list with its amazingly impressive finish. If you are looking for a reason to spend that extra $300, the iPhone 11 Pro’s excellent display albeit marred by the large notch is reason enough to go for it.
Technology companies like Apple and everyone else are so obsessed with cameras these days but if you aren’t a big fan of night mode photographs, this display should still be the less talked about but a worthy reason to go with the flagship device.