Samsung may have made the Apple iPhone X expensive

19 Septembre, 2017, 00:44 | Auteur: Basile Toussaint
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For example, a one-year-old Verizon iPhone 7 garners $325 on trade in to used phone seller Gazelle this year versus $255 for a then-one-year-old iPhone 6S last year. Whether it's the electronics giant's TVs, tablets, laptops or smartphones, you know that the screen is going to stand out. That's $100 savings bringing the price of the $849 256GB iPhone 7 model down to $749.

Samsung unveiled its #Galaxy Note 8 phablet at its "Unpacked" event on 23 August in New York. The most popular color was black, followed by blue. Especially if there are kinks to be worked out before Face ID makes its way to all the other obvious products that it's likely destined for, like future redesigned iPhones, or Apple's wide world of Macs.

In fact, Running Man's star Song Ji-hyo will be coming to Malaysia for the launch of the Note 8 on Thursday (Sept 21) to demonstrate this feature which is called Live Message.

It's important to note that the discounted $0 / month price is only valid ifyou're activating a new line and trading in an iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus, or Note 8, which means that existing Sprint customers won't get the newly discounted price.

The DCI-P3 pre-calibrated mode is better, with the phone reproducing 95.3% of that colour space, while the Default mode is more vibrant still, extending the displayed colours beyond even DCI P3.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 comes with a curved display and a rear dual-lens camera setup.

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While the star of the show is iPhone X, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are affordable variants of the next generation iPhones.

At the end of the day, the buyers have their own preferences in choosing what is best for them.

As with the OnePlus 3 and 3T, I think most users will probably end up sticking with the Default settings. It is available for sale in the US and United Kingdom. In the weeks ahead, the handset will be launched in more markets. After all, if there's one thing OnePlus has demonstrated over the past few years it's that it has a keen eye for what consumers want from a smartphone.

Apple's ability to achieve such things is largely because it controls everything about its SoCs - from the software they power to the hardware they run inside - and amortises costs by producing these chips at scale.

I've become used to the symmetrical design of previous OnePlus handsets, so this change of look is quite a wrench.

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