- Terrific performance
- Superior display
- Excellent cameras
- No expandability of storage
The Apple iPhone XS is one of the finest smartphones ever by the most trusted brand in the world. It has everything one can imagine in a phone, a classy look, extremely superior display with widescreen, fast charging capability as well as wireless charging support which is a great relief indeed. It uses the iPhone’s latest iOS v11.2 operation system which has a lot of improvements over its predecessor. The body is both dustproof and water resistance.Back to excellence
Display and configuration
The iPhone XS comes up with 5.8-inch OLED display having a screen resolution of 1,125 x 2,436 pixels and a sharp 463-PPI that delivers a clear viewing experience with a great colour reproduction. It is operated by a combination of hexa-core (a 2.49 GHz Vortex dual-core and a 1.52GHz Tempest quad-core) processor which is seated upon the Apple A11 Bionic chipset, together it can deliver a seamless performance. There is an Apple GPU (four-core graphics) GPU that will give a smooth graphical performance while the 4GB RAM will render a great lag-free multitasking performance.
Camera and battery
For photography and videography, this device can prove out to be one of the best with a dual rear setup of 12MP + 12MP lens and a 7MP front lens with retina flash that can capture bright selfies with impressive effects. The iPhone XS get its power from 2,685mAh Li-ion battery which can suffice the power requirement of the device throughout the day. It can support fast charging feature as well as wireless charging feature that can fill the battery while on the move.
Storage and connectivity
In terms of storage, it comes with an ample inbuilt memory of 64GB which can keep files and data of the users. It does not have any expandability. It offers a wide variety of connectivity like 4G VoLTE, Mobile Hotspot, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS with A-GPS, Glonass, NFC, etc.
Have you heard of “middle child syndrome”? It’s the (unscientific) theory that kids that have both older and younger siblings tend to feel ignored and excluded, because parents tend to pay more attention to the firstborn and baby of the family. As a mom, I don’t agree with the idea, but since I write about tech, I couldn’t help but draw comparisons with this year’s iPhones.
Have you heard of “middle child syndrome”? It`s the (unscientific) theory that kidsthat have both older and younger siblings tend to feel ignored and excluded, because parents tend to pay more attention to the firstborn and baby of the family. As a mom, I don`t agree with the idea, but since I write about tech, I couldn`t help but draw comparisons with this year`s iPhones. The iPhone XS Max is the shining star of the new lineup with its
If you like compact phones or have smaller hands, the iPhone XS should be your go-to option. With a display measuring 5.8-inches, it’s ideal for one-handed usage, especially since it borrows the full screen design of the iPhone X (review). Like its predecessor, the iPhone XS also uses intuitive gestures in lieu of the home button (RIP, Touch ID), and this, frankly, makes one-handed use even easier. The OLED screen is gorgeous of course, with rich colours and deep blacks – ideal for watching videos, playing games or even scrolling through Instagram feeds. The display supports HDR too, so you can watch HDR content from YouTube and other streaming services.