Apple Vs Samsung:
When Samsung unveiled its Galaxy Note 8 smartphone last month, it was widely considered to be one of the most impressive phones ever. With Apple since announcing the iPhone X, is that still the case?
Prospective smartphone buyers are now wondering whether the iPhone X or Samsung's latest alternative, the Galaxy Note 8, is better. Though some might Choose an Apple device only because they are Apple lovers and visa versa for Samsung lovers not everybody is so willing to purchase whatever their favored company offers.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 comes with a thin design featuring a curved screen that nearly covers its face. Eliminating the thick borders leaves no room for a home button, so Samsung moved its fingerprint sensor to the back of the device next to its rear-facing cameras. Apple's iPhone X is made of glass and stainless steel. Like the Galaxy Note 8, it's a good idea to keep the iPhone X in a protective case.
According to Samsung, its "Infinity Display" has 521 pixels per inch and a higher resolution than the iPhone X's display, which should translate to slightly better picture quality in Samsung's device. Galaxy Note 8 is the first Samsung smartphone that comes with double rear facing cameras. Samsung's 8-megapixel front-facing camera also has a wide aspect ratio for users to take better selfies with friends.
Apple's rear cameras are aligned vertically, while Samsung's cameras are aligned horizontally. The iPhone X's front facing camera has a 7 megapixel sensor and may record video in full Hi-def resolution. It also includes several Apple programs, including the Safari browser, Mail, Maps, and Apple Music. The Apple App Store is also available to download third-party apps. Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 runs on Google's Android Nougat operating system and comes with both Samsung and Google apps built-in, including the Chrome browser, Samsung browser, and the Google Play marketplace, which allows for access to third-party apps and entertainment content like movies and music.