The iPhone 11 Pro has one of the best camera setups found on any of today’s top-end phones. It can take photos that can give DSLRs a run for their money and can keep on shooting well when the light goes down. But how far has this technology really come in recent years?
To find out, I put the iPhone up against the Nokia Lumia 1020. Released all the way back in 2013, the Lumia 1020 was in its day the ultimate example of mobile imaging prowess. Its 41-megapixel maximum resolution was a first and its wealth of features meant it was well-suited to photographers who didn’t want to carry around a compact camera all day.