Apple Insider put the flagship smartphone models, one built by Apple and the other by Samsung, in a side-by-side comparison to see which one comes out on top. Perhaps unsurprisingly, for the most part, the two models have a whole lot in common except for battery size, screen resolution and RAM, all of which are better with the Galaxy device.
The article goes into great detail, especially when comparing the digital cameras:
As mentioned before with the auto switching camera formats, Apple tends to be great at taking the wheel when users should be focused on the task at hand. The Retina Display with True Tone all just works, and by default without sacrificing another spec to do so.
The best example would be Apple's own multi camera system. Apple's cameras are fully calibrated and color matched in factory so that photos and videos all look great without abnormalities or differences between individual units.
Samsung's Galaxy S20 has four different cameras and all offer different specs and experiences. A difference in philosophy between the companies are why these things are so different between the iPhone 11 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S20, and it will be up to users to decide which approach they like more.