Friday, 15 September 2017

Checkout Top 5 features of iPhone X that gives an edge over Android device

 Apple chief designer Jony Ive on Apple live event which was held early this week introduced the new iPhone X. The device will be launched along with iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. It is expected to feature a wireless charging technology among other amazing features. They key features introduced into the iPhone X and we wish Android had can be seen below;

Top 5 Amazing Features Of iPhone X That Android Don't Have

Animoji: Animojis, as you may guess, stands for Animated Emojis, and they use the iPhone’s new advanced facial camera system to map your facial muscles to that of an emoji’s so you can record and animate it in real time.

Buttonless Home Gestures: Apple had to ditch the home button on the iPhone X in order to facilitate their all-display design. The home button is now a software-based home “slider,”

Secure Facial Recognition: You can register your face with the iPhone X so that it automatically unlocks when you look at it. The face unlock uses 3D imagery that's even more secure than Samsung Galaxy S8.

The Sharpest Display on iPhone: The iPhone X features a colorful OLED display with more than 2 million pixels. That means sharper text for reading, more impressive video playback and more.
And finally, Realistic Snapchat Lenses.

The iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are the first iPhones to support wireless charging.
iPhone X will be priced at $1000 which is about N365000 in Nigeria. 

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