Key Specs & Features of Apple iPhone X
- Operating System
- iOS v11.0.1 Upgradable to v11.3
- 5.8 inches (14.73 cm) bezel-less display with notch
- Oleophobic coating Protection
- Slim Design
- Gorilla Glass Back
- Waterproof, IP67
- Apple A11 Bionic Hexa Core Processor
- 3 GB RAM
- 64 GB internal storage, Non-Expandable Memory
- 12 + 12 MP Dual Rear Cameras
- 7 MP Front Camera
- 2716 mAh battery with Fast Charging, charges upto 50% in 30 minutes
- Wireless Charging
- Single SIM: Nano with VoLTE support
- SIM1: Supports 4G, 3G
- Wi-Fi Calling
- Special Features
- No Fingerprint Sensor
- Face Unlock
- No 3.5 mm headphone jack present
iPhone X: Key features
Face ID replaces Home button
Without a home button for Touch ID, how does one unlock the iPhone X? With your face! Face ID uses a TrueDepth camera-and-sensor system along the top edge of the iPhone X to detect your face quickly, even in the dark—and even with glasses on, or after a dramatic haircut.
Face ID uses more points of comparison than Touch ID, and the iPhone X uses depth-sensing so you shouldn’t be able to fool the system with a photograph or even a high-quality mask. You have to actually look at the iPhone too—if your eyes are closed or you’re looking away, it won’t work. So, no, your kids can’t unlock your iPhone while you’re asleep. (And they could do that with Touch ID!)
New cameras for AR and Animoji
Like the iPhone 7 Plus, the iPhone X sports two 12-megapixels cameras on the rear, only this time the lenses are stacked vertically. They still protrude from the back of the phone just slightly, but it’s hard to mind when you consider the specs: dual optical image stabilization, larger sensors for lower-light performance, higher dynamic range, zero shutter lag, and an improved quad-LED True Tone flash.
Coupled with iOS 11’s Camera app, the iPhone X supports Portrait mode and the beta Portrait Lighting feature, which detects the different planes of a person’s face and adjusts the lighting on each one to make everyone look their best. In fact, even the TrueDepth camera on the front of the iPhone X supports Portrait mode and Portrait Lighting—best selfies ever
A11 Bionic chip
Inside, the iPhone X sports an A11 Bionic chip, which Apple says is 70 percent faster than the A10 Fusion in the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. It has six cores, two for high-performance computing that are 25 percent faster, and four efficiency cores to save battery life during lower-intensity tasks. A performance controller can even combine all six cores at once.
Wireless charging with Qi
iPhone X supports wireless charging with the Qi standard, and Apple will offer existing Qi charging solutions in its retail stores. Next year, Apple will even sell its own extra-wide AirPower charging pad that can simultaneously charge an iPhone X, an Apple Watch Series 3, and even a set of AirPods once you spring for a new charging case that supports Qi.