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Apple iPhone X (64GB) - Space Grey

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1 year manufacturer warranty for device and in-box accessories including batteries from the date of purchase
Brand Apple
Model Name iPhone X
Operating System iOS 11
Cellular Technology 4G
Memory Storage Capacity 64 GB

About this item

  • 5.8-inch Super Retina display (OLED) with HDR
  • IP67 water and dust resistant (maximum depth of 1 meter up to 30 minutes)
  • 12MP dual cameras with dual OIS and 7MP TrueDepth front camera—Portrait mode and Portrait Lighting
  • Face ID for secure authentication
  • A11 Bionic with Neural Engine
  • Wireless charging—works with Qi chargers
  • iOS 12 with Memoji, Screen Time, Siri Shortcuts, and Group FaceTime

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Ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars (3,160) 4.5 out of 5 stars (640) 4.3 out of 5 stars (999) 4.6 out of 5 stars (20,038)
Display 5.8inch Super Retina HD display 5.8inch Super Retina HD display 4.7inch Retina HD display 6.1inch Liquid Retina HD display
Camera Dual 12MP wide-angle and telephoto cameras Dual 12MP wide-angle and telephoto cameras 12MP camera 12MP camera
Front Camera 7MP TrueDepth camera 7MP TrueDepth camera 7MP FaceTime HD camera 7MP TrueDepth camera
Face/Touch ID Face ID Face ID Touch ID Face ID
Chip A11 Bionic chip with Neural Engine A12 Bionic chip with next-generation Neural Engine A11 Bionic chip with Neural Engine A12 Bionic chip with next-generation Neural Engine
Water resistant 1m Water resistant to a depth of 1 metre for up to 30 minutes 2m Water resistant to a depth of 2 metres for up to 30 minutes 1m Water resistant to a depth of 1 metres for up to 30 minutes 1m Water resistant to a depth of 1 metre for up to 30 minutes
Charging ✓ (works with Qi chargers) ✓ (works with Qi chargers) ✓ (works with Qi chargers) ✓ (works with Qi chargers)

What is in the box?

  • 1 Handset, 1 Charger, 1 Ear Pods, 1 Lightning to USB Cable and 1 Documentation
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    Reviewed in India 🇮🇳 on 26 January 2018
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    4.0 out of 5 stars One Year later. Real review, No fluff.
    Reviewed in India 🇮🇳 on 26 January 2018
    This phone carries with itself great hype and consequently great expectations. In my experience, having had both the 8 plus and this, the main perceivable differences between both are in the size, the edge to edge display, front camera portrait mode, the absence of the home button, the new UI gestures and of course FaceID. How well are these implemented?

    • UI gestures- The new way of navigation is very well implemented and I have not experienced any difficulties in adapting to or using them The swipe up gesture to go home, swipe right and hold for multitasking etc are really easy and intuitive. People have been complaining about the control centre now a swipe down from the top right corner. But I ask how is this different from the notifications and quick toggle on Android which is also a swipe down from the top? With the new breed of 18:9 screen aspect ratio Android phones which are taller than ever before, this gesture is none the easier. I give it a score of 7.5/10

    • FaceID- Works like a charm. The sensors are very forgiving of the angle but it won’t work if you’re holding your phone upside down or sideways. Apart from that, it works very well. It has a wide range of view. You don’t have to be dead centre in front of the phone for it to unlock. Works with sunglasses and spectacles and has no problem either in pitch dark or bright sunlight as long as the sun is not on your face or behind you. Prospective buyers shouldn’t have any apprehensions regarding it. Apple has given us a very good alternative to TouchID. It scores 8/10

    • Front camera portrait- Nothing special. You have to try several times for it to give an acceptable result. Doesn’t compare well with the Pixel 2 phones. Yet, the skin tones on the iPhone are always far more natural than its Android counterparts. Doesn’t deserve more than 6/10

    • OLED Display- You really have to look for differences between the IPS LCD of the 8 plus and the X. Apple does such a good job with the calibration of their displays that, frankly, I don’t see much difference in the quality of colours between the OLED iPhone X and the LCD 8 plus. Yes the OLED has more contrast compared to the LCD but if you’re looking to buy a phone purely for the punchy saturation and vividness of an OLED display, this is not it. You’d do well to look at the Samsung Note8. Apple always favours colour accuracy over vividness. The display quality deserves an 8/10

    • Battery life is better than the 8 but worse than the 8 plus. There’s no competition. If you’re a heavy user, you will not get a full day’s use out of it. Plus, charging it is even slower than the 8 plus as the battery is actually bigger in size. Wireless charging is on board but is very slow in my experience. I have the Samsung fast charger that comes with the Note8 and use it to charge this phone. The battery scores 6/10.

    • Animoji- Fun if you spend too much time messaging people on iMessage. The novelty of it will wear off. The problem is that Apple has made us think it is some futuristic cutting edge tech built into its TrueDepth sensors when it actually isn’t. It is just using the front camera for face tracking and there’s no reason why it can’t be ported over to the 8 or older iPhones. But we know that is never going to happen. Apple will keep updating new characters to keep Animoji interesting. I give it a 5/10 because it is marketed as something which it isn’t.

    MY SCORE - 6.75/10

    • FAQs-
    1- How is the size and in-hand feel?- The size of the phone is much more manageable in one hand. The screen is narrower and gives less screen space than the plus model. It feels solid and premium in the hand. No creaking sounds yet.

    2- How bad is "The Notch"? - Doesn’t bother me anywhere outside Youtube videos or other video streaming platforms. It does cut into the video if you decide to expand the video to make full use of the available screen. It’s not noticeable in general usage like browsing, social media or messaging.

    CONCLUDING THOUGHTS- In my experience, one has to look at both the iPhone 8/8plus and the iPhone X in isolation to fully appreciate them. If one spends time comparing them, they’re bound to feel frustrated as there are far too many similarities to justify the huge price difference. If you’re someone who must have the shiniest offering from Apple, then the X is for you. But, if you want bang for your buck, then go for the 8 plus, as it is pound for pound the better phone between the two. The differences are simply not enough to justify spending extra. The camera performance, processor, RAM, storage options, apps, software features are the same and the X doesn’t offer as many extras that make it stand apart from its sibling. Maybe next year, Apple?

    IS IT WORTH IT?- There won’t be a cop out here. If you're contemplating between this and the 8 plus, in my opinion, to buy this phone, this year, at this price, is not worth it. (My purchase price was 87.5k). Even if you can afford it, or have an iPhone above the 6s/Plus, you can skip it without much remorse. iPhone 7/7 plus are still great phones and if you can hold off another year, then the 2018 lineup of iPhones is shaping up to be pretty exciting. Compared to the iPhone 8 plus, all the features this phone offers either looked at in isolation or even as a whole, do not justify getting it. Going forward, all iPhones are going to be designed like this and improve upon it. It’s not a limited edition model which is a must have.

    If this is going to be your first iPhone or if you're looking to upgrade from an iPhone 6 or 6s, go ahead. It is a great phone and you won't regret getting it.

    I have put photos of the phone here. For the camera samples, please see my iPhone 8 plus review as there is no difference in photo quality between the two. Here is the link---

    X vs XS- The hardware upgrades between the X and XS are as follows-
    The speakers are slightly better, the camera records video in stereo mode, the water resistance rating has improved from IP67 to IP68, there is 4GB RAM now, the bokeh is adjustable in the portrait shots, Smart HDR takes multi frame pics like the Pixel 2, photos have much improved dynamic range and there’s a new gold colour. Apart from the camera improvements, there is not much that markedly improve your experience if you’ve been using the X the past year. Apple knows this too and have positioned the XS and XS Max as upgrades for people using older iPhones. (6, 6s, 7, 8) If you’re using any of these phones, the upgrade makes sense. iPhone X users are better off waiting till next year.

    Price update as on October 9, 2018- Since the 64GB iPhone X is now available at 69,990/- on Amazon, it is a better deal and worth considering for all those who have waited all this while and stayed away from the X due to the high price tag.
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    Reviewed in India 🇮🇳 on 9 July 2018
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    4.0 out of 5 stars Complete review, Comparison with other devices, Brilliantly designed phone
    Reviewed in India 🇮🇳 on 9 July 2018
    I have recently ordered iPhone for my cousin and you can find below my review on the product based on a weeks usage. I will update this again after a month of use. Personally i have been a iPhone user for a long time now and yes i use Android phones also, because i am an app developer.

    iPhone X Pros

    - Size and design, iPhone X is an unbelievably designed device, that feels so sleek and handy. It is slightly larger than iPhone 8 but smaller than iPhone 8 S. I have attached images taken from Apple store for comparison.
    - Camera - It has the best ever camera on an iPhone. I said on iPhone, because there are devices like Pixel 2, Mi 8 , Huawei P20 Pro that comes with half the price of iPhone x and better camera.
    - Shooting videos - I have always noticed that iPhone offers an edge in video quality over other phones of similar specs
    - Waterproof - iPhone X is rated IP67. A lot of people lose their phones due to water damage. Sometimes, an iphone can save you from buying a new phone, which is a kind of cost saving. Especially if you spend a lot of time in pool, outdoor activities this might be a boon. Also you can shoot a lot of underground videos.

    - Costly, yes iPhone X comes at a very premium price. It's a phone made for high class category only
    - If you are looking for best camera phone, go for something else. You can get a Pixel 2, Mi8 , or P20 for less than half price. These phones have better Dxomark scores than iPhoneX. Head on to Dxo Mark website and check.

    Being an iPhone user for a long time, i would also like to list a few cons and pros of using iPhone compared to Android

    iPhone Pros
    - If you have a mac, iPhone can work seamlessly with mac. The same apps are available for mac and iPhone which syncs seamlessly. Calendar, TODOs, Notes, Contacts etc helps me a lot. I add a todo from my mac and next moment i have it on my phone too. That works great.
    - If you are someone who is hooked up to mac always, you can easily attend your calls on mac ig both devices are on same network. I have found this really helpful
    - Apple makes the best non bud type earphones in my experience. Personally i do not like in ear canal earphones as they can impair hearing. I have found no other good alternatives to Apple earphones in terms of audio clarity. But yes you can get better over the ear or in canal earphones.
    - Physical button for silent mode - Yes, thats a quick and comfy shortcut to turn your phone silent even without unlocking it/turning screen on. If you are a person who attends a lot of meetings and requires to turn phone silent, this can be quite helpful. You can quickly check the button position and say your phone is silent or not.

    iPhone Cons
    - Accessories are costly - If you need to buy an extra cable(maybe for office) or adapter, you need to shell somewhere between 1500 to 2500 bucks. Chinese accessories won't work well and perfect with iPhone
    - iOS is buggy at times. I have to admit that. Not just that, apple bug fixing is very slow compared to Googles Android
    - Apple music is slighly costly comapred to Google music - 120 rs per month

    If you are looking for cheaper alternatives, i would suggest you the Google Pixel 2. Google pixel comes with Unlimited Original quality photo and video storage. On iPhone, for the same thing you have to shell out additional 75INR per month for 50 GB. For higher storage you need to pay more. If you are a person who shoots a lot of videos, Googles Unlimited storage can save you a lot of money. However you can install Google photos and get Unlimited Normal backup for photos and videos on any iOS/Android phone, where Google converts the files to reduce quality. For images, its quite ok, the difference is barely noticeable, but for videos yes , they convert it to One-fourth the size.
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