The iPhone X is new in the market, and it has gone through a dramatic change. The iconic home button and the touch ID are all gone. The iPhone X has a massive screen, wireless charging support and a wide variety of other features. Apple believes that the iPhone X is the future of all smartphones, but some think that Samsung already got there first with its Samsung S8, which was one of the first phones to have a bezel-free display. With these two new phones in the market, we find it hard to decide which one is better than the other. So to understand which phone is better than the other let us compare the features and the performance of both the phones.

 

Design:

On the look-wise, both the phones have a lot of similarities. Both have the bezel-less display with a full glass design and a shiny metal frame. S8 has a curved infinity display, and the iPhone X has a small notch at the top of the screen. The iPhone X is 3mm thinner than the Samsung Galaxy S8, but the S8 is over 20g lighter.

Both the phones offer you a face scanning technology, but the iPhone X has a more secure face authentication feature while the face scanning technology is not up to the mark in S8. However, S8 provides a fingerprint scanner.

Display:

Both the phones have 5.8-inch OLED screens and HDR content which fills almost the entire front of the phone. The S8 has a curved screen which makes the phone so special and unique while the iPhone X has a flat screen. The iPhone has a 2436 x 1125 for 458 pixels per inch resolution, and S8 has a higher resolution of 1440 x 2960 for 570 pixels per inch, but the iPhone has a white balance to suit the environment it is placed.

The way you interact with the screen of an iPhone is taken to the next level. You can display different menus and apps based on the pressure you apply on the screen. The phone also has a gesture control while S8 lets you swipe across the curved edges.

Camera:

The two 12MP sensors have been upgraded to the iPhone X, and you can shoot a 4k video at 60fps and 1080p. S8 has a single lens 12MP camera, and you have an 8x digital zoom.

Battery:

The iPhone provides a 21 hour quoted talk-time while S8 has a 3,000mAh battery. Both the phones have a wireless charging technology, and iPhone also supports a Qi charging standard which means you will be able to use third-party accessories.

Software:

S8 uses an Android 7.0 Nougat, and the iPhone has a iOS 11. One can’t say which platform is better than the other because it depends on the person who is using the phone.

Price:

The iPhone is about $999 for the 64GB model and S8 costs about $725.

Verdict:

Both the phones have many similar qualities and some unique features which make them stand apart from each other. In the end, it all depends on which features you like better and depending on your need; you can choose the phone you want to buy.

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