Here’s how Apple and Samsung’s best of 2017 stack up to one another.

If you’ve checked your YouTube subscription box over the past few hours, you’ve probably seen a heap of iPhone X unboxings, first impressions, and reviews. The hype for Apple’s latest flagship is real, and even if you’re not a fan of the iPhone/iOS, there’s no denying that this is one of Apple’s biggest products in a number of years.

Apple fanatics will likely be blown away by what the iPhone X has to offer, but how does the device stack up to other Android phones? More specifically, how does the iPhone X compare to Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8?

One of our forum users posted this question, and here’s what some of you had to say in response.

10-27-2017 01:59 AM

I actually like the gestures and was a fan of Webos… If the camera turns out to be unbelievably amazing and only if Face ID works better than the Iris scanner- it would have to work at all angles regularly, the I’d probably get one. Otherwise I’m happy with my N8 powerhouse and Pixel 2


10-27-2017 03:35 AM

You lose significant screen real estate, the headphone jack, Samsung Pay, the S Pen, fast charging out of the box (no need to spend another $75 on the accessories for it), customization etc etc. No. That would be a huge step backwards.


10-27-2017 06:39 AM

Absolutely not. No iPhone or any other manufacturers aside from Samsung themselves can ever convince me to switch over. The Note8 is far superior and better in comparison to ANY new iPhone, especially the X. There is nothing offered on the X that could possibly even make me curious because all iPhones – Source