I just returned another - 6th in a row - set of low beams I tried on my Camry. Mine is 2007 but has projectors, so it's not much different from yours.
This is why I post here.
From any review I could trust, I always found that any multiple row LEDs give very crappy light pattern.
Ones I bought had 4 rows (not showing in their Amazon ad) and gave absolutely crappy, toothed light pattern. Plus, some other problems. They advertised 45W power and4800 lumen per bulb output yet, they were no brighter than much cheaper and much less advertised power LEDs I have in Camry now.
H11(H8 H9) LED Headlight Bulbs, Conversion Kit (Upgraded version) Philips LED Chips 96W 9600LM 6000K - Low Beam/ High Beam/ Fog Light Bulbs - 3 Yr Warranty (Pack of 2 by STCT Street Cat)
Interestingly, they apparently took them off Amazon, as now links goes to some other LED.
Problem with your choice, OP, is it is multiple row bulb AND LEDs have no silicone lens over them. And, it is not CREE LED.
Why am I saying this? Because out of those 6 sets I went through, only one really performs - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01LCE19OI/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
So look at the LED itself. I have them in my Highlander Hybrid, 2012, and they do very well.
So well, that today I went for those:
because from what I can tell, they are exactly like those Hikaris, but $20 less.
I tried Hikari in my Camry today, borrowed from Highlander - and it does better than Green whatever LED I have in it for the last 6 months.
They are definitely not CREE, definitely not as bright as advertised but definitely much brighter than OEM halogens OR Phillips most expensive 55W HID LIKE halogens you can buy in parts store.
As you can tell, I went through all kinds of lights. So far, Hikaris are the best. In LEDs. If you really want bright light, go for HIDs. Tried that too. Returned. Lasted 2 days and were actually not that bright, but I bought cheap kit. Xenon Depot likely will work, but I am cheap.