Unlike the Galaxy Note 8, Apple's iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are able to record 4K video at a ground-breaking 60 frames per second, making them the first mainstream phones to come with this feature. Samsung also adds its own flavor in it with Always On Display, Quick Settings toggles, Samsung Pass and some others.
This subtle difference makes it clear it's a special edition iPhone, and not an iPhone 10 that's going to make people think they're not getting the latest iPhone if they go for the iPhone 8. With an audio jack, you don't have to splurge for a new wireless headset and you won't have to worry about any mechanical noise at all.
When compared to the Note 4 which still has a fingerprint sensor in the back which you would find it hard to reach because of the large display, Apple iPhone X relies on Face ID.
As you'd expect from Google, the Pixel runs stock Android Nougat and offers Google Assistant, the rebranded Google Now that promises to make your life easier.
Last but not least is RAM.
In 2016 and 2017, smartphone makers have turned to screens that stretch from edge to edge.
Koh Dong-jin said Samsung wants to release a smartphone with a foldable display in 2018. However, we finally find out why Apple kept on hesitated to use OLED panels in the past and the reason is that Samsung, Apple's biggest rival, is the only company that's producing these displays. Samsung scores way above at 570 ppi with the Note 8. The iPhone X offers that potential.
"We're working on inventing the next set of world firsts and collaborating with partners across the industry to get them into your hands, on a band around your wrist, or with lenses for over your eyes", the post concludes.
Even the camera capabilities of the two are very much similar.
Followed by the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge will also be receiving the update soon after the Galaxy S8/S8 plus update cycle is over or maybe within the same period. But this time it's different. The new phone Galaxy Note 8 is launched in two color variants - Maple Gold and Midnight Black. So, it's been coming for a while. According to a report by the Associated Press, the phone would feature a bendable display and will be released under the company's flagship Galaxy Note line.