With Apple’s iPhone X in stores now, here’s a full review of the device.
The folks at The Verge got their hands on a unit and offered their thoughts, and concluded that the iPhone X “is clearly the best iPhone ever made.”
“It’s thin, it’s powerful, it has ambitious ideas about what cameras on phones can be used for, and it pushes the design language of phones into a strange new place. It is a huge step forward in terms of phone hardware, and it has the notch to show for it,” they write.
As previously revealed, the iPhone X is Apple’s first to use an OLED display, coming in at 5.8 inches and is almost entirely bezel-less. It’s bigger than the iPhone 8 Plus’ 5.5-inch display, but is both taller and thinner.
The device boasts a rear camera with a 12-megapixel sensor, dual-lenses at f1.8 and f2.8 apertures (brighter than the 7 Plus telephoto), and features with dual-image OIS quad-LED TrueTone flash. The front-facing camera is powered by that True Depth camera system that supports FaceID, as well as Portrait mode and Portrait lighting is now available on the front-camera.
Check out the review view above. If you got your hands on an iPhone X, tell us your thoughts.