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iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, comparative: this is how they are compared to Google Pixel 6 Pro, Galaxy S22+, Xiaomi 12 Pro and the rest of high-end Android

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The new iPhone 14 are already here. Gone are the days when Apple launched a new iPhone every year: we have four new models. The most powerful -and without a notch- are the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, which will go head to head with the high end of Android.

To know how the last ones are iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max vs. high-end Androidwe have faced Android terminals with similar characteristics: Google Pixel 6 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S22+, OPPO Find X5 Pro, OnePlus 10T, Realme GT Neo 3 150W, Xiaomi 12 Pro and Sony Xperia 1 IV.

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The compact option remains

The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max keep a lot of their specification sheet from each other, but their main difference is pretty obvious: size. The iPhone 14 Pro with its 6.1-inch OLED screen is compact if we compare it with Android mobiles it is equivalent.

The iPhone 14 Pro is much more compact than any other high-end Android phone. What’s more, even the Pro Max is smaller
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On high-end Android mobiles what they take is the 6.7 inches, the same diagonal of the iPhone 14 Pro Max. The small screen also translates into a small body: no Android phone in a similar range comes close to the 147mm height and 71mm width of the iPhone 14 Pro.

Propro

The closest thing is the Samsung Galaxy S22 + with its 6.6-inch AMOLED screen and dimensions of 157.4 x 75.8 millimeters. In fact, even the iPhone 14 Pro Max with the 6.7-inch screen is more compact than the rest of Android phones with the same diagonal screen.

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As for technologies, the truth is that there are not many differences. OLED and AMOLED prevail and also 120 Hzalthough somehow Apple has managed to mount panels signed by Samsung even brighter than those included by Samsung in its own phones.

You with an island and me with a hole

Island

Probably the change that attracts the most attention of the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max is in its notch or, rather, in the absence of it. From the tab attached to the top we go to two perforations displayed as one, with all kinds of tricks and animations to camouflage the area and make it useful. Don’t call it a notch, call it an island.

The perforation prevails in the high range of Android while Apple says goodbye to the notch with a small mouth by changing it for an “island”

Of course, you won’t find anything similar on Android, since no high-end mobile in our comparison has a secure facial recognition system equivalent to Face ID. With a single front camera in all cases, it is to be expected that simple drilling prevails in Androidmore discreet than the island of the iPhone 14 Pro, but without animations.

These perforations are in the center in all cases except for the OPPO Find X5 Pro and the Realme GT Neo 3 150W, which have it on one side. The Sony Xperia 1 IV goes it alone again and mounts the camera on the top frame.

Processors of all colors

A16

Year after year, Apple manages to get the colors out of the rest of the processors with its Bionics, and although we remain pending the benchmarks of the day, it is to be expected that the same will be repeated this year. Unlike the iPhone 14 and 14 Plus that stay as they are, the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max make the leap to new Apple A16 Bionic.

On Android mobiles the distribution of processors is increasingly divided. In a way, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is the standard (and present in OPPO, Xiaomi and Sony models), while the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 is still somewhat more difficult to find and we only have it in the OnePlus 10T.

Like Apple, two Android brands bet on “their own processor”: Google uses its Google Tensor and Samsung the Exynos 2200 on the Pixel 6 Pro and Galaxy S22+ respectively. MediaTek is in the minority: we only see it on the Realme GT Neo 3 150W.

Fast charging lags behind

magsafe

Apple has an unpleasant habit of keeping some technical details that it does not consider important to share, such as battery capacity or RAM memory. We will have to wait to know the specific figure, but in the meantime we can compare the fast and wireless charging of the iPhone 14 Pro. Technically it is fast, yes, but every time he knows us less.

The 20W fast charge of the iPhone Pro knows little when we take into account that there are alternatives that already mount the 150W fast charge

The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max include support for 20W wired fast charging and wireless via MagSafe up to 15W. In wired charging, 20W is very little if we put it face to face with beasts like the 150W charging of the Realme GT Neo 3 and OnePlus 10T. Without going to extremes, even the moderate 30W of the Pixel 6 Pro or the Sony Xperia 1 IV are a significant increase.

In wireless charging there are not so many differencesWell, in some terminals like the OnePlus 10T or the Realme GT Neo 3 it’s not even there. Of course, it doesn’t know much either if we take into account that the iPhone 14 Pro starts at 1,369 euros, while the much cheaper Xiaomi 12 Pro mounts 50W fast wireless charging.

Apple catches up on megapixels

cam

Apple had us accustomed to the trio of 12-megapixel Sony Xperia 1 lenses, but this year the bet is more similar to what we find in high-end Android phones, with the arrival of the 48-megapixel main sensor that will use the benefits of pixel binning to combine 4 pixels into 1 and improve luminosity, among others. This is something that in a certain way is the standard in Android and we have something similar in practically all the competition.

Apple catches up in megapixels in its main sensor, but the competition in Android is already raising the resolution also in the secondary sensors

With a triad of main, telephoto and wide-angle sensor, the bet is almost similar to that of others such as the Galaxy S22 + (but without LiDAR), although remains somewhat more modest in resolution than high-end mobiles on Android.

In the high range of Android it seems that the fashion of putting megapixels raw in the main sensor has already passed, but in return we see more secondary sensors with 48 or 50 megapixelsas in the Pixel 6 Pro, OPPO Find X5 Pro or the Xiaomi 12 Pro. This speaking of the specification sheet, to see what these lenses are capable of we will have to wait for the reviews.

Comparison table

As always, we leave you the complete comparison table with all specifications of the terminals that we have included in our comparison. In this way, you can see at a glance how they are all alike and how they are different.

iPhone 14 Pro / Pro Max

Google Pixel 6 Pro

Samsung Galaxy S22+

OPPO Find X5 Pro

OnePlus 10T

Realme GT Neo 3 150W

Xiaomi 12 Pro

Sony Xperia 1 IV

Screen

iPhone 14 Pro: 6.1″ OLED

iPhone 14 Pro Max: OLED 6.7″

2,566 x 1,179
120Hz

AMOLED 6.71″
1440×3120
120Hz

AMOLED 6.6″
FHD+
120Hz

AMOLED 6.7″
QHD+
120Hz

AMOLED 6.7″
1080 x 2412
120Hz

AMOLED 6.7″
FullHD+
120Hz

AMOLED 6.73″
3300×1440
120Hz

6.5″ OLED
4K
120Hz

Dimensions and weight

iPhone 14 Pro: 147.5 x 71.5 x 7.8mm and 206g.

iPhone 14 Pro Max: 160.7 x 7.76 x 7.8mm and 240g.

163.9 x 75.8 x 8.9mm
210g

157.4 x 75.8 x 7.6mm
196g

163.7mm x 73.9mm x 8.6mm
226g

163 x 75 x 8.75mm
203.5g

163.3 x 75.6 x 8.2mm 188g

163.6 x 74.6 x 8.16mm
204g

165 x 71 x 8.2mm
185g

Processor

Apple A16 Bionic

google tensor

Exynos 2200

Snapdragon 8 Gen 1

Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1

Dimension 8100

Snapdragon 8 Gen 1

Snapdragon 8 Gen 1

RAM

to be confirmed

12GB

8GB

12GB

8GB
16 GB

12GB

12GB

12GB

Storage

128GB
256GB
512GB
1TB

128GB
256GB
512GB

128GB
256GB

256GB

128GB
256GB

256GB

256GB

256GB

Frontal camera

12MP

11.1MP

10MP

32MP

32MP

16MP

32MP

12MP

Rear camera

48MP
12MP UGA
12 MP tele
lidar sensor

50MP
48 MP tele
12MP UGA

50MP
12MP UGA
12 MP tele

50MP
50MPUGA
13 MP tele

50MP
8MP UGA
2MP macro

50MP
8MP
2MP f/2.4 macro

50MP
50MPUGA
50 MP tele

12MP
12MP UGA
12 MP tele
3D iTOF

Drums

to be confirmed
20W fast charge
Wireless charging 15W

5,000mAh
30W fast charge
wireless charging

4,500mAh
45W fast charge
Wireless charging 15W

5,000mAh
80W fast charge
Wireless charging 50W

4,800mAh
150W fast charge

4,500mAh
150W fast charge

4,600mAh
Fast charge 120W
50W wireless charging

5,000 mAh Fast charging 30W Wireless charging

Others

FaceID
IP68
UWB

footprints on the screen
Titan Chip M2
UWB

footprints on the screen
IP68
UWB

footprints on the screen

footprints on the screen

footprints on the screen

footprints on the screen

IP65/68
footprints on the side

Price

iPhone 14 Pro: from 1,369 euros

iPhone 14 Pro Max: from 1,469 euros

From 899 euros

From 1,059 euros

€1,299

From 719 euros

From 699 euros

From 999 euros

From 1,399 euros

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