Just saw the movie "Bohemian Rhapsody" (I recommend it, btw) and I love Queen's music. But they don't even come close to the Beatles. The one area where Queen does best the Fab Four is that Freddie Mercury was a much better vocalist than any of the Beatles.
The Beatles were just so revolutionary. With Sgt. Pepper, they invented the "concept" album...that is releasing an album where all the songs were connected by some central idea. The were also among the first bands to put out full albums of previously unreleased material, and the released singles from there.
Up until that time, say 1963-64, most albums were basically "greatest hits" releases. Chuck Berry would have 6 or 7 hits on the charts, then the record company would bundle them, along with a few "B" sides, and release it on a 12" album. The Beatles, along with the Stones and artists like Dylan changed that practice, and developed the 12" LP in the form that we were most familiar with, until the advent of CD's.
The Beatles introduced listeners in the West to Asian music, doing a lot of tunes with a decidedly Indian sound to them, and featuring Ravi Shankar (whose daughter is Norah Jones, but you probably knew that) on tracks like Norwegian Wood.
I could go on and on, but my S.O. has just informed me that lunch is ready.