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iPhone X Galaxy Note 8 – The first impression
Many Samsung enthusiasts will stay with the Android products as well as the Apple fans with the respective iOS smartphones – that at least the statistics says. But is it first and foremost the look that inspires the fans? Or is it rather the innovative technology, which is hidden in the respective high end products? This question will remain very exciting. If we had to briefly describe the first impression of the Apple Phones, then it would be noble and innovative. At Samsung, it would be practical and smart. The hanger sign of the iPhone X will be the borderless display without Home Button. With the competing product, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, it will be the Infinity Display with a high comfort. The iPhone X is priced at 1149 euros. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is priced at 999 euros.
iPhone X vs Galaxy Note 8 – The Design
The design with the borderless display has already been known since the Samsung Galaxy S8. We already know the so-called edge-to-edge design from the Samsung Galaxy S7. Now Apple has also joined this trend, at least with the iPhone X. As a result, the home button on the iPhone X will also disappear. So, without a doubt, our future of smartphones will be defined! In this point, there is a balance in our iPhone X vs.. Galaxy Note 8 Comparison. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be available in the colors Midnight Blue, Deepsea Blue and Maple Gold. Space Gray and Silver, also dark gray and silver, are designed for the iPhone X.
iPhone X vs Galaxy Note 8 – The Display
5.8 inch will be the size of the Super Retina HD display including 3D Touch ID of the iPhone X and thus the largest in the Apple series. With a screen diagonal of 6.3 inches, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 beats the iPhone X. In the practical aspect ratio of 18.5: 9, this smartphone should be comfortable in the hand and offer maximum freedom for the S Pen. A resolution of 2.560 x 1.440 pixels provides the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The OLED display from Apple provides a super-retina HD resolution of 2,436 x 1,125 pixels. Also interesting is the True Tone Display with a contrast ratio of 1,000,000: 1, which makes colors look more lively.
Regarding the size, it is difficult to make a final judgment in our iPhone X vs Galaxy Note 8 test as the size is very subjective to judge. One thing is certain: the comfort of the rounded corners and the size has improved on both models! Differences can be captured in the brightness of 700 cd / m² for the Samsung Galaxy and 600 cd / m² for the Apple iPhone X technically. However, both have sufficient brightness in the sunshine. The screen sharpness, which is better at the note 8, can only be seen with a VR glasses.
iPhone X vs Galaxy Note 8 – The Camera
Lovers of photography can have a lot of fun! A 12 megapixel dual camera with improved sensor will be able to display the Apple iPhone X. Photos in studio quality can now easily be done by themselves – so at least the official Apple website with it. Image stabilizers and reaction-fast lenses, do not require any profound know-how. A true depth camera including portrait light has been created for perfect selfies.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8, on the other hand, is characterized by a 12 megapixel back and an 8 megapixel front camera including dual pixel sensor and autofocus. When shooting in the dark, an F1.7 aperture helps. Samsung especially mentions the slow, pro, panorama, and slow-motion modes.
-> For the first time it is difficult for the laity to recognize differences in the respective tools for photography. Who is of course little claim to photography will be well served with both smartphones. Better gadgets were developed in our opinion at the Apple iPhone X. There are additional zoom options, which are closely linked to the telephoto lens and the function of the wide angle. In terms of professional photography, the iPhone X in our iPhone X vs Galaxy Note 8 has its nose in front.
iPhone X vs Galaxy Note 8 – The Processor
In the coming age of artificial intelligence, Apple and Samsung with their smartphones is of course at the forefront. In this way, the respective processor reaches the most efficient performance of all times. A 11 Bionic is the name of the processor on the iPhone X, which makes dreams like Augmented Reality true. The 10 nm Octa-Core processor forms the heart of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, including 6GB of memory.
Here Apple could have the nose in front with the iPhone X, because it is worked with six cores and that means a twice as fast performance is expected. However, the final result is still open due to the lack of a benchmark. Of course, the Galaxy Note 8 has nothing negative in terms of speed. The Apple iPhone X, however, should be a bit faster.
iPhone X vs Galaxy Note 8 – The Operating System and the Artificial Intelligence
The face recognition will let all hearts be beaten higher in the future. 30,000 facial features can be analyzed in the Apple Face ID in a few seconds and you can unlock the phone without a password. Yes dear ladies world, it will work with make-up and without! The Galaxy Note 8 will also use face detection. The whole thing, however, is “simple” knitted and requires an unlocking by means of a fingerprint or password.
Both iOS and Android will continue to offer Siri and Bixby as a helper of everyday life, and more intelligently than ever before. For example, two apps can be called simultaneously on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Siri will also be able to link more intelligently with so-called third-party apps.
iPhone X vs Galaxy Note 8 – The battery
Cordless charging will represent the new future of smartphone technology. The Apple Air Power base gives the possibility to charge the AppleWatch, the AirPods and the iPhone X / 8 Plus parallel and wireless. The new glass housing makes it possible! The possibility of cordless charging is of course not left from the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. However, this works only with the smartphone and not with multiple devices.
The battery life is to extend the Apple iPhone X by two hours against the iPhone 7. Thanks to the rechargeable lithium-ion battery, you can charge 50% of the battery in half an hour. The battery life of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 can be up to 74h, depending on the usage.
The definitive winner can not be determined definitively in our iPhone X vs Galaxy Note 8 duel in terms of battery life. Samsung, however, is likely to have the lead.
In our iPhone X vs Galaxy Note 8 duel, the following can be concluded: The two smartphones are very similar but still not somehow comparable. Apple lovers, which love the elegance and the classic Apple design will continue to remain with the products of the Megacone Group. Samsung enthusiasts will choose the Grade 8 for other reasons. Why not try a change?