NEW APPLE IPHONE X IS LACKING, WHEN COMPARED TO SAMSUNG NOTE 8 CLAIM OBSERVERS
The star of the Apple’s latest event was the much anticipated iPhone X, it will cost a massive $1,829 for a 256GB model and $1,579 for a 64GB model.
The new Apple premium flagship iPhone X or as some are calling it iPhone 10, is set to compete head on with the Samsung Note 8, and features an edge-to-edge screen with a notch at the top to accommodate the front-facing camera and new Face ID sensors.
It comes in two colours: space grey and silver. It also has the highest pixel-density (458ppi) display ever in an iPhone, with Apple calling it a Super Retina display, made by Samsung.
It measures 5.8 inches in diagonal size and has a resolution of 2436 x 1125. It's also the first OLED display that is, in Phil Schiller's words, “the first OLED display great enough to be in an iPhone.”
Customers will be able to order iPhone X beginning Friday, 27 October, with availability beginning Friday, 3 November in Australia.