The following is an excerpt from Mihăiță Bamburic | September 13, 2017 | Betanews.com |
With the new iPhone X, Apple just made it more difficult to decide which new iPhone to buy. It is no longer a matter of figuring out which display size you prefer or how nice you would like the camera to be. The new kid on the block is different, coming with all sorts of cool features that can make you more confused than ever.
It's so different from the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus that it is basically in a category of its own, at the top of Apple's smartphone lineup. But how does it actually compare to the other two flagships, and is it the right iPhone for you?
The iPhone X is the star of the show here, packing a 5.8-inch OLED display with a resolution of 2,436 by 1,125 pixels. It takes up almost all of the space on the front. And there are no sacrifices in terms of quality, as it offers the best contrast ratio of all three devices (1,000,000:1, vs 1400:1 for the iPhone 8 and 1300:1 for the iPhone 8 Plus), true tone technology, 3D touch and a 625cd/m2 brightness.
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