iPhone X: An early first look
and each now have flagship-caliber . Apple's , , and were just announced, and they will become available in the coming weeks (November for the iPhone X), while Samsung's devices are currently in customers' hands.
We've rounded up the specifications for each device and put them side by side in the chart below. As you will , all six devices are competitively equipped without a clear off of specs alone.
I think one of the most notable specs to compare is the overall size of the iPhone X to not only the Galaxy line but Apple's as well. Since most of us have yet to see in person, it's hard to get a good of its size. Just this week, I received this iPhone X case from Nodus:
As you can see, I used the case as a crude way to gauge the size of the iPhone X next to the cases of an and an (both of which are roughly the same size as the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, respectively).
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Another notable difference is the display quality, especially when you look at the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. Both devices have an LCD screen, while all other devices on the list boast OLED displays and a higher resolution.
Outside of the size comparison, the decision on which of these devices is best for you comes down to preferred size, budget, and, for some, preferred operating system.
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