Design and Display
The almost bezel-free, glass design of the iPhone X is impressive. It is unlike anything we are used to in the range.
You may be amazed to learn that it comes in a smaller body than the iPhone 8 Plus despite cramming in a larger 5.8 display. But the iPhone X loses the physical Home button that many people have gotten used to, along with its fingerprint scanner.
Talking about the display; this uses OLED technology. The iPhone X is the first iPhone to offer such. This promises awesome visuals with a resolution of 2,438 x 1,125 pixels. Almost 460 ppi pixel density indicates you can realistically expect jaw-dropping clarity.
The iPhone X offers you improved 12MP dual-lens camera on the rear – one wide-angle lens and one telephoto lens. Both come with optical image stabilisation (OIS) for a promise of superb shots. The sensors are faster and larger.
The 7MP TrueDepth selfie camera is probably the best you have seen. It offers a variety of features for selfies you will be eager to share. It also works for 3D tracking.
Hardware, Software and Other Features
Apple’s latest A11 bionic chip does the business on the iPhone X. This particular chipset is said to be more powerful than the ones you find in both the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. The hexa-core processor will run latest 3D games seamlessly. It also promises impressive augmented reality.
Also, latest iOS 11 operating system ships with the phone, bringing along several new features. In place of the iconic Touch ID comes Face ID that lets you unlock using your eyes.
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