iPhone X review: It doesn’t get better than this


There has never been a perfect phone. And there will never be. This is because the devices always have space for improvements. The iPhone X also has some things that could have been better. But if there is a phone that can be called perfect, then it is the iPhone X. It is a mixture of all the benefits we have seen in iPhones in the last 10 years, rolled into a beautiful metal and glass frame, and served with a portion of the future. The iPhone X is an expensive phone with a price of 89,000 rupees in India. But it is also a phone that is totally worth its price because it is the best phone made. Still.

Did you notice that I did not say that the iPhone X was the best iPhone made so far? The iPhone part is debatable. It is “the best phone” made so far, despite its flaws, which are there and which I will explain in a moment. The reason why the iPhone X is so good is because it has a design that is unique, but familiar, has fantastic hardware and gets almost everything, which is important in a phone, right?

There is still room for some other high-end phones in the market. The iPhone 8 Plus is more economical. The Pixel 2 XL is not only cheaper but also comes with the goodness of Android Oreo and a great camera. The Galaxy Note 8 has a stylus. The Galaxy S8 has the curved screen. But if you are willing to pay the price, it is most likely that the iPhone X is the best phone for you, since it does almost everything in a single package.

That screen. And design

We’ve all heard that: design is subjective. True. But most of the time, when you show people something that has been well designed and built well, they like it. The iPhone X has been designed well. It has been built with care and passion. Its beautiful.

It’s also an iPhone that comes with some radical design changes when it comes to iPhones. But the changes are for the best. In terms of size, the iPhone X is between the normal iPhone and the Plus version. It is larger than the regular iPhone and at around 174 grams also heavier. But its narrower screen, although the largest with a size of 5.8 inches, makes the iPhone X smaller than the iPhone 8 Plus. It is also lighter at around 30 grams, which is easily felt when you hold the iPhone X and use it