The iPhone 11 is only 194 grams in weight and is very easy to carry. The phone's dimensions are 150.9 mm x 75.7 mm x 8.3 mm (height x width x thickness).
The iPhone 11 is nearly identical to the iPhone XR, with the exception of the dual-camera configuration at the rear and new colour finishes. When viewed straight on, the two have the same measurements (150.9x75.7x8.3mm) and weight (194g), and one may readily be mistaken for the other. The bezels on all sides of the display are visible, but not large enough to be distracting, as they were before.
The iPhone 11 is made of aluminum and glass, which Apple claims is the "toughest glass in a smartphone, front and back," according to Apple. However, not everything is the same, as Apple has opted to vary things up with the colors.
You'll receive a 6.1-inch LCD display that, while best-in-class in terms of colour accuracy, brightness, and viewing angles, lacks the resolution and pixel density of its more costly siblings, or even many Android phones that cost less than a sixth of the iPhone 11's price.
The LCD panel does support the P3 broad colour gamut as well as Apple's True Tone technology, which adjusts the color tone of the display based on ambient light conditions.
The iPhone 11 series includes compatibility for Gigabit-class LTE — assuming you can locate the networks to go with it — as well as Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5, making them wirelessly future-proof. The iPhone 11 trio also supports "Bluetooth beamforming," which Apple claims will give them up to 45 percent more range when streaming audio than the iPhone XR.