The iPhone Xâ€™s Super Retina OLED display features a 1,000,000 to 1 contrast ratio, HDR support, True Tone technology, and wide color support. Once you lay your eyes on it, youâ€™ll wonder how you ever put up with anything else. Samsung devices arguably feature superior panels, but considering Samsung supplied the displays for the iPhone X, itâ€™s a close call.
With adaptive recognition and technology that maps the geometry of your face, Face ID has cemented itself as a worthy replacement for Touch ID. Thereâ€™s still something so exciting about unlocking the iPhone X just by looking at it. And I love being able to authenticate payments using the technology at the grocery store.
The iPhone X is fast, beautifully designed, and features some truly impressive technology, which is why I havenâ€™t ditched it for something newer. It feels most like the smartphone of the future, offering clever navigation gestures and a truly ground-breaking biometric system that hasnâ€™t been matched by any other device. Sure, there are a lot of really good Android devices on the market, but none of them quite reach the heights of the iPhone X.