Today we are going to give you the review of the iPhone X. Yesterday we posted the review of the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, as these two flagship devices are the industry standard for consumers and businesses alike. They are both powerhouses when it comes to functionality, versatility and productivity. You can compare the specs and the reviews and decide with device best suits yours or your company’s needs.
The best iPhone Apple has ever made
Camera: The iPhone X camera is impressive compared to your older iPhone. Its dual lens rear camera with OIS behind both lenses deliver better still shots and 4K video remains superb, even if it’s not easy to change resolutions. The camera and camera app aren’t as advanced as what you’ll find on the Galaxy S9 or Google Pixel 2, but without side-by-side comparisons, you’ll be okay with the quality.
Screen: The 5.8-inch OLED screen on the iPhone X is Apple’s biggest, even if the phone size is smaller than the 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus. The display is less wide, but measured diagonally, it’s a bit taller and without unnecessary bezel. Its quality is far better than prior iPhone LCD IPS screens.
Battery life: The iPhone X’s battery life is pretty good but it’s by no means best in class. If you’re a very heavy user you might struggle to last more than 12 hours but for most users it’ll last a whole day.
This is the smartphone to buy if you want the best iPhone ever made. And while iOS 11 problems have less than enjoyable, the interface is familiar and iMessage remains the best part of Apple’s ecosystem. iPhone X is smartphone update Apple fans have been waiting for, and it delivers in most respects, as long as you’re willing to ditch the home button for an all-screen display sans the notch. Pronounced iPhone 10, the new design and powerful specs make this a very positive, albeit expensive option.
Release date: October 2017
Dimensions: 143.6 x 70.9 x 7.7mm
OS: iOS 11
Screen size: 5.8-inch
CPU: A11 Bionic
Rear camera: 12MP+12MP
Front camera: 7MP
iOS 11 can be buggy
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