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5 features of iPhone X which have been taken from Android Phones

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5 features of iPhone X which have been taken from Android Phones 
Apple has finally launched the much-talked iPhone X, which has a 5.8-inch display with 2436x1125-pixel resolution Super Retina display, glass and stainless-steel design, 12-megapixel dual cameras. The flagship phone also boasts of Face ID facial recognition technology.




But what if I say that it is the best iPhone ever and not the smartphone. Yes, if you see you will find that it is correct. Many of the iPhone X features were driven from Android phones and you will agree with me. Some time back I reported that Apple is lacking the innovation and it seems true after the launch of iPhone X.

In this article, we are going to talk about the five features which Apple latest flagship got from the Android devices.


Slim bezels and edge-to-edge screen




Plucking out the home button makes it possible for the iPhone to up its screen-to-body ratio and get a glorious edge-to-edge display. In this, Apple is fully on trend. Xiaomi, Samsung, and LG are some of the first phone makers to maximize the phone face and shave down unsightly bezels.

Larger screen size




As a result of bezel-slimming and screen-stretching, Apple could squeeze a larger screen into a space that's actually smaller than the iPhone 8 Plus body. A larger display gives you more room to read, cram in apps, watch videos and play games.

The iPhone X is the first time Apple's cracked a 5.5-inch screen size (measured diagonally, as you do). Jumbo Android phones passed that threshold long ago and stayed there.





Wireless charging

Apple follows Samsung again. And Nokia/Lumia phones. And the LG-made Google Nexus 5. All three new iPhones will adopt the feature, and that's great. Apple's uptake of wireless charging will put some real momentum behind the technology, which could energize the two standards bodies to help wireless charging achieve its full potential.

Unlock the phone with your face (Face ID)




Microsoft beat everyone to unlocking the phone with some part of your face when it launched Windows Hello on the Lumia 950 and 950 XL. Then came Samsung with iris scanning, and then again with face unlock, which the company doesn't deem secure enough for mobile payments. The iPhone X's take is different (see below), but Apple didn't dabble with the concept first.





OIS on two rear cameras

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has optical image stabilization (OIS) on both its rear cameras, which will help reduce shaking when you shoot video and photos and help improve low-light photography. Hopefully, this is something we'll start seeing on all dual-lens phones. It's a welcome addition to the iPhone X that the iPhone 8 Plus doesn't have.


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