Apple iPhone X Review: Why I’m Switching Back To Android

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The iPhone X is an impressive piece of hardware, but for a starting price of $1000 it’s hard to recommend over some Android flagships on the market. Some of the specifications include a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED display with a QHD resolution, IP67 water- and dust-resistance rating, stainless steel frame, Apple 11 Bionic processor with 3GB of RAM, dual 12-megapixel rear-facing camera sensors with OIS, 7-megapixel front-facing sensor, stereo speakers, 2716mAh battery with support for wireless charging, FaceID facial recognition software, and iOS 11. Do you think the iPhone X is worth it?

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  1. Luckily I've been viewing Phone Dog for years. Might even say before Noah started. I must say this is the most bias video review to date because of that I wouldn't be surprised if many unsub. I'm a purist when it comes to certain things and this review was totally one sided opinions. Love Android just as much as I do IOS and I simply hate a trash talk bash.

  2. he said try unlocking the x while driving and the phone mounted if its facing you theres no problem. now try to unlock a note 8 on a car mounted using the finger print scanner heheheh goodluck

  3. There’s no reason to make a video, just do it, your decision is an opinion and everyone has one, what was the video supposed to be kinda like a Jedi mind trick, the world would see your video and everyone would start returning iPhone X’s, that only works on the weak minded.

  4. Disappointing review. You basically just go on about why iOS is iOS and not Android. Loved you content, but this is a such a disappointing review. If you want a burger go eat a burger, dont grab a pizza and cry why this isnt a burger. damn!

  5. FaceID hasn’t failed on me yet. And you don’t have to wait for the unlock to happen. You can swipe up at the same time you’re looking at your phone. Works great.

  6. Scumbag Apple, the multitask gesture of "up and to the right" works way better than they're official "up and hold" gesture but they don't tell you about it because then they would probably have to pay royalties for blackberry patent.