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1 Month With The iPhone 11 Pro in Nepal – Nailed it | Review: For the Love of Cameras!

A phone with its base variant priced at Rs.1,62,000/- with an exciting renovated back design, that’s iPhone 11 Pro for you. The iPhone 11 Pro in Nepal is somehow a matter of prestige to be owned. Seriously, no average person could spend about 1.5 lakh for a smartphone.

So, here I will be talking and sharing my experience of spending a total of 30 days with this beast. We will be discussing the pros and cons of this phone. Oh! Sorry, of the iPhone 11 pro.

The iPhone 11 Pro in Nepal. Should you buy this?

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30 days with iPhone 11 pro

Everyone must have a question in their mind that: It is worth buying such an expensive phone? Yes, Apple is known to offer luxurious phones at a high price. It’s not a big deal that iPhones are so costly. However, to determine whether you should buy The iPhone 11 Pro in Nepal, you must mind some of the pros and cons.

Pros: Good About


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You get a crispy display that offers a tremendous range of colors and bangs on heaven to your eyes. Now, the 5.8 inch OLED display, which Apple calls “the new Super Retina XDR display,” offers a super bright experience with natural and sharper colors. The dark mode, provided by the latest version of the iOS, improves the overall display experience. This time, Apple has replaced the 3D Touch which Haptic Touch, which may take some time for users to get used to.


iPhone 11 Pro has the first camera system that truly warrants the “Pro” title. The new square-camera includes a 12MP wide-angle, a 12MP ultra-wide camera with a 120° field of view, and a 12MP telephoto camera. These work together to enable iPhone 11 Pro users to zoom in 2x and zoom-out 2x – for a total of 4x levels of optical zoom.

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Triple camera setup

All three cameras in the triple-camera system can shoot 4K Ultra HD video. iOS 13 includes video editing features, so you can tweak exposure levels, brightness, crop the footage, and more, directly within the Photos app.


Powering this mobile Lamborgini is an A13 Bionic chip with neural engine like all other 11 series phones. The processing power reflects during graphic-rich games that run smoothly. Apple has been coming up with frequent iOS updates to further enhance the processor performance. 

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A13 Bionic chip

But the iPhone has been fast for years, and 20% on top of hyper-speed is hard to grasp during use. Instead, the most significant tangible improvement the chip brings is to battery life.


iPhone is not famous for battery life; nevertheless, that condition doesn’t apply for iPhone 11 Pro. Thanks to the IOS 13, iPhone 11 Pro gets an excellent battery life. On my daily, I could easily get a 20-30% juice remaining at the end of the day, and for a note, you should know I am a really aggressive smartphone user. You can imagine how many times the phone was used all day.

Cons: Bad About


Expect the new camera module; the phone is just the same. We compared both iPhone 10 and iPhone 11 pro-side-be-side, and we couldn’t differentiate the phone from the front display side. This aspect is probably the most boring of the new phones; Apple tends to iterate on their industrial designs for at least three generations, and consequently the iPhone 11 series represents the 3rd year of the design that was originally introduced with the iPhone X.

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Iphone 11 pro design


Everyone must admit that iPhones are overly priced. You cant never expect bang for your bucks with Apple because they really seem to overcharge you with the kinds of stuff you buy. Imagine you pay approximately 1.5 lakhs for a phone where you can just spend 1 lakh to get some of the best and powerful phones on the market.

Absence of USB C-port & slow wireless charging

We know some other Apple device has implemented USB C- port. However, the latest generation of Apple still comes with the old lighting port. You can really experience incompatibility with the lighting port, and the implementation of USB C could really increase the charging speed too.

Ugly Notch

I guess after iPhone 10, Apple is just not taking a risk. In the world, even the 35-39 thousand phones come with full-screen display; iPhone still has that ugly notch. That’s really bad as that notch is really pain to the eyes in the present time.

lack of secure fingerprint (in screen)

In today’s time, face id actually not enough. We can see every next android phone with both face recognition and fingerprint sensor. There is a big reason for this. If you live in very cold or extremely hot places, you will surely cover up your face in such a situation fingerprint sensor is genuinely missed.


So here make a conclusion, do you really need to buy this phone? If you are already on iPhone 10 and want to upgrade to the latest version, let me help you upgrading from iPhone 10 to iPhone 11 Pro in Nepal is really not worth here. If you really got into the pros of iPhone 11 Pro, you can spend your 1.6 lakh for an Apple product that’s making the company richer and richer because some of the people who are blinding spending their money.

iPhone 11 Pro Specification

  • Display: 5.8‑inch (2436×1125 pixels) OLED 458ppi Super Retina XDR display
  • Chipset: Six-core A13 Bionic 64-bit processor, 8-core Neural Engine
  • Storage: 64GB, 128GB,256GB
  • OS: iOS 13
  • SIM: Dual SIM (nano + eSIM)
  • Back Camera:–12MP wide-angle f/1.8 primary camera, OIS, True Tone flash, 4K video recording at 60 fps, Slo‑mo 1080p at 240 fps + 12MP 120° Ultra Wide f/2.4 camera + a 12MP Telephoto f/2.0 for 2x optical zoom in, digital zoom up to 10x
  • Front Camera: 12MP front camera with f/2.2 aperture, 1080p video recording, Retina Flash, 4K video recording at 60 fps, Slo‑mo 1080p at 120 fps.
  • Security: TrueDepth camera for FaceID facial recognition
  • Dimensions: 1144×71.4×8.1mm
  • Weight: 188 grams
  • Connectivity: 4G VoLTE, 802.11ax Wi‑Fi 6 with 2×2 MIMO, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, GPS with GLONASS
  • Other features: Water and dust resistant (IP68), Stereo speakers
  • Battery: 18W fast charging (fast charger inside the box)

Well, that’s it for now. We love your support. So, if you find any problem with our or want to add some thoughts and opinions, then please leave a comment. Make sure you stay tuned as we’ll be publishing reviews and news of the technology world.



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