The new Apple iPhone X is out and selling for about $1,150 with the 256GB configuration. We are going to take a look at the specs and some pros and cons in this review. The iPhone X boasts a new revolutionary design for Apple, however you will notice the basic packaging looks similar to Apple’s previous versions.
The iPhone X comes with iOS 11, and has a very slim design. It is 5.65 x 2.79 x 0.30 inches in size and weighs 6.14 ounces. The main body is made of glass and stainless steel. It is water and dust resistant and certified at IP 67. It comes in gray and silver.
The resolution on the iPhone X is 1125 x 2436 pixels and the pixel density is 459 ppi. The screen to body ratio is 82.35 % and the smartphone features HDR video support. It also is pressure-sensitive, has oleophobic coating, an ambient light sensor and a proximity sensor.
The iPhone X marks the iPhone’s 10 year anniversary from the original iPhone released in 2007. It is a very advanced smartphone compared to it’s predecessors. The OLED display stretches from edge to edge. The back is made of glass which allows for wireless charging, a new feature.
Also new on this smartphone is Face ID facial recognition which replaces the traditional fingerprint scanner. There also is no home button but navigation gestures compensate for this for the most part. The dual camera has 12 megapixels and has a 2X optical zoom. The portrait mode has studio lighting available for regular photos as well as taking selfies.
In addition the iPhone X introduces augmented reality applications and a new control center layout. It also has a redesigned App Store as well as a number of UI changes/upgrades.
Check out full specs on the iPhone X at PhoneArena.com