4 The XR Can Mimic XS’ Dual-Lens Camera
One of the most notable differences between the iPhone XR and its OLED counterparts is the lack of a dual-lens camera setup. The iPhone XR also lacks optical zoom, stage-light modes and rear-camera portrait mode.
While it doesn’t have a dual-lens camera, it uses computational photography to mimic the Portrait Mode seen on the iPhone XS and XS Max. Despite the tradeoffs, the general image and video quality of the iPhone XR is also going to be top-notch and noticeably better than previous iPhones.