I am a Samsung Galaxy user all the way and the transition I made from the IPhone to Galaxy was very easy. I admit that when I saw the video of the new IPhone X and it's wonderful display, I was in awe.
Not only does the device have a 5.8" in Super Retina screen, but it also includes advanced facial recognition with more precision than ever to unlock the phone, which activates in the dark as well.
The screen also has OLED (organic light emitting diodes) which has a better response time than LCD.
Apple developed a TrueDepth camera system that can use facial recognition for emojis, add graphics to live video and even enhance photos before they are captured!
The structure is more rounded than the other devices before it, and with Surgical-grade stainless steel, it might even be more durable.
With no home button, access is as easy as swiping the screen in any direction.
And the best part of all...wireless charging!!!!
Now the million dollar, or rather the thousand-dollar question is, is it worth the price?
It depends and you have to ask yourself with such an innovative, advanced and creative phone how will you use it everyday? Who is this really meant for?
When I looked at the phone I thought of a photographer, filmmaker or graphic designer using the device, as it can potentially replace CPU's like a laptop or desktop. The on the go visionary can actively use this phone from day to day, but if you just want to watch videos, use Facebook and be able to download documents you can stick to an IPhone 8.
The phone is very well constructed and definitely designed for easier access, more creative uses and people who wouldn't mind connecting the virtual world to reality.
Give it a test drive at your local Apple store or Best Buy and you can decide to run those pockets dry for this sleek and inventive device!
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