Screen and facial recognition aside, it looks like the hardware between the X and 8 are similar. Any reason someone who is unimpressed by the facial recognition would still upgrade to the X over the 8?

Please check these topics first.

    Administrator Member Since Nov 2017
    Flag(0)
    Tips and Advice Nov 08, 2017 10:18 AM 1 Answers
    Subscribe

    Screen and facial recognition aside, it looks like the hardware between the X and 8 are similar. Any reason someone who is unimpressed by the facial recognition would still upgrade to the X over the 8?

    Reply on This
    Replying as Submit
    1 Subscribers
    Submit Answer
    Please login to submit answer.

    1 Answers
    Sort By:
    Best Answer
    0
    admin Administrator Nov 08, 2017 10:18 AM
    Flag(0)

    I suspect the vast majority of iPhone customers will be happy with the iPhone 8, whereas technology enthusiasts with disposable income will prefer the iPhone X. The main differentiator, aside from the facial recognition features, will probably be the screen technology: The OLED display technology on the iPhone X has better color accuracy and higher contrast ratio while being thinner and lighter than the LCD on the iPhone 8.

    Sign in to Reply
    Replying as Submit

    What's New

    Must Read