Apple and Samsung are well-known flagship smartphone manufacturers. Lately – Apple released a new smartphone called Iphone X. While samsung released a smartphone called Samsung galaxy note 8. What if Apple X vs Samsung galaxy note 8 compared?.
iPhone X, Apple’s highest-class smartphone, is equipped with a front-facing design with barely a bezel, Face ID or facial scan sensor features to unlock, an OLED display capable of displaying HDR modes, and a camera with portrait mode and animoji.
While the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, as seen only as an internal update of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Overall this smartphone is still carrying a similar design with little changes to the internal innards, the new A11 Bionic processor, additional features on the screen, internal memory, RAM, and camera features.
Meanwhile Samsung Galaxy Note 8, challenging Apple by presenting a number of updates and new features. Some of these are dual cameras that both have OIS systems, Infinity screen, more precise S-Pen, scanner iris, and Bixby apps. Let’s try to compare one on one.
In terms of display, the iPhone X carrying the size of 5.8 inches, while the Galaxy Note 8 measuring 6.3 inches. Because of packing a larger screen size, the density of Note 8 pixels is also higher than the iPhone X, which is 521 ppi versus 401 ppi.
Although it looks full screen, but the iPhone X front screen is actually slightly truncated, especially at the top. This is done Apple to accommodate the front camera module.
Meanwhile, in terms of brightness levels, the iPhone X screen brings the brightness level of 625 nits, while the Galaxy Note 8 reaches 1200 nits, matching the brightness level of TV SUHD.
The main camera on the iPhone X and Galaxy Note 8 carries a 12 megapixel resolute sensor. Especially on the iPhone X and 8 Plus, Apple pinned dual camera features, one for shooting normal angles, and one for portrait.
While Galaxy Note 8 also has the same dual-camera configuration, wide and portrait. Both iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X and Galaxy Note 8 all have dual features of OIS.
The difference is, the lens openings that carried the Galaxy Note 8 is wider (smaller numbers) than the iPhone 8. In the wide-angle lens, iPhone 8 brings the lens of F / 1.8 openings, while the Galaxy Note 8 F / 1.7. For portrait / tele lens, iPhone 8 camera brings the lens openings F / 2.8, while the Galaxy Note 8 camera has a lens aperture F / 2.4.
Apple and Samsung both rely on software to create charming portrait photos. Note 8 Galaxy features Live Focus where users can change and adjust the blur level in the background, while Apple uses the Portrait Mode algorithm that has several studio lighting presets.
Each smartphone above, certainly priced at a premium price. At least, the user must spend tens of millions to be pocketed. iPhone 8 is priced starting at $ 699, iPhone 8 Plus starting at $ 799, iPhone X starting at $ 999.
|iPhone X||Galaxy Note 8|
|Screen landscape||5.8 inches||6.2 inches|
|Screen resolution||2436 x 1125 pixels (458 ppi)||2960 x 1440 pixels (521 PPI)|
|Screen Features||OLED Panel; Super Retina HD; HDR Display||Infinity Super AMOLED with a curved look|
|Operating System||iOS 11||Android 7.1.1 Nougat|
|Processor||A11 Bionic Chip||Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 (depending on market)|
|RAM||3 GB||6 GB|
|Internal Memory||64 GB / 256 GB||64 GB / 128 GB / 256 GB|
|Main Camera||12 megapixel Dual Camera with Dual OIS; the first wide-angle camera with F / 1.8; second telephoto camera with F2.8; wide color capture; Quad LED True Tone Flash; Slow Sync; and Portrait Mode||12 megapixel Dual Camera with Dual OIS; first camera with wide-angle with F / 1.7; second telephoto camera with F / 2.4.|
|Home Camera||True Depth Camera; 7 megapixel with F / 2.2; Retina Flash; Portrait Mode; and Animoji||8-megapixel F / 1.7 front camera with autofocus|
|Battery||3G Talk Time up to 21 hours||3,300 mAh with fast-charging, wireless fast-charging, and battery saving.|
|Sensor||accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer||Iris scanner, fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer, heart rate, SpO2|
|Price||$ 999 US dollars (64 GB); $ 1,149 US dollars (256 GB)||$ 999 (64 GB)|