Difference between iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X

What is the difference between iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X?

iPhone X Super Retina OLED is better than iPhone 8 LCD display on color accuracy, wide color support and brightness.
iPhone X use Face ID to unlock the screen, which is safer than the iPhone 8 touch ID.
iPhone X has a larger screen than iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, because there is no home button on the X.
iPhone X Front camera is TrueDepth Camera, which can supports Face ID, Portrait mode, Portrait lighting and Animoji.

iPhone 8 has 64 GB ROM ,5.5 inch Retina HD Display,12MP + 12MP Dual Rear Camera | 7MP Front Camera ,lithium-ion Battery
iPhone 8 use a11 Bionic Chip with 64-bit Architecture, Neural Engine, Embedded M11 Motion Coprocessor Processor

iPhone 8 Plus has 64 GB ROM,5.5 inch Retina HD Display,12MP + 12MP Dual Rear Camera | 7MP Front Camera,lithium-ion Battery
iPhone 8 Plus use A11 Bionic Chip with 64-bit Architecture, Neural Engine, Embedded M11 Motion Coprocessor Processor

If you don’t care about money then you have to would buy iPhone X. iPhone X is much better than iPhone 8/8 Plus. iPhone 8 even doesn’t have face ID!
iPhone 8 iPhone 8 Plus iPhone X
1. Design & Size

To compare iPhone 8 and iPhone X, the design of iPhone X could be the most obvious changes that your friends know you have the latest gadget. It’s an all-new look that drops the bezels around the display. Almost the entire front of the iPhones will be screen save for a cutout at the top for the earpiece, selfie camera, and sensors. The sides will be a continuous stainless steel band and the back will be made of glass – like the iPhone 4 from 2010. Look for the rear cameras to be vertically, not horizontally aligned, for better augmented reality apps.

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Besides, comparing with the 4.7-inch iPhone 8 and 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus, which continue the design of iPhone 7/Plus, including the Home button, iPhone X features with a much bigger 5.8-inch sceen, without home button.

2. Display

And since there is no bezels and no borders on the top and bottom of phone, the focus will be on the new screen. You can see more texts, videos, and website information without scrolling down because the screen will be taller and larger than that of iPhone 7/Plus.

Though iPhone X and iPhone 8/Plus embrace the similarity of a wider screen, there are differences for iPhone X vs iPhone 8 display – iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus adopt the more conventional LCD display screen, while iPhone X is equipped with the upgraded OLED Super Retina display, which will reproduces colors more accurately and makes content much crisper. BTW, the OLED display has been used for Samsung, LG smartphones for a long time.

3. Processor

Apple is also highly likely to introduce a new system-on-a-chip (SoC) for the iPhone X, probably a six (4+2) core processor – claiming that four are the high-powered “Mistral” cores, with two “Monsoon” cores supplementing the four for lesser computational needs. This means that you tasks can be divided, for example, tasks like e-mail checking and music playing will be handled by the high efficiency cores, preserving battery life when in use much better than if the tasks were dealt with by the high power chips. Well, to compare iPhone X and iPhone 8 processor, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus also use the same upgraded A11 processor.

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4. Wireless charging, Fast Charging

Both iPhone X and iPhone 8 are available to charge wirelessly and fast, which improves iPhone battery life greatly. Though wireless and fast charging is nothing new in the market, to use it in the iPhone models still comes to the most expected thing for iPhone users. With it, you can charge the iPhone 8 or iPhone X within 20 minutes without staying close to the charging source or mat. In this aspect, iPhone X and iPhone 8/iPhone 8 Plus embrace a great similarity to solve battery drain issue. When comapring iPhone X and iPhone 8, the former iPhone will last 2 hours longer, while there is no difference on battery life.

5. Face ID

iPhone X is the first iPhone enabling 3D facial scanner – Face ID, which is much faster and accurate than the normal 2D scanner and kill the poor Touch ID indeed. And once you set up Face ID on iPhone X, you can unlock your phone, pay for iTunes or App Store and even autofill Safari simply with your face detected. As for iPhone X or iPhone 8 on the Face ID issue, it’s a pity that iPhone 8/Plus contines the Touch ID on iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. So if you wanna have a new experience on logging in your iPhone, pay with Apple Pay or pay for iTunes/App Store and even auto fill Safari, do no hesitate to purchase an iPhone X.

Moreover, do you know that Apple’s new Face ID camera isn’t just about security, but also capable of customizing animated messages that use your voice and reflect you facial expressions. Briefly, it’s Animoji.

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6. RAM & Capacity

From the comparison among iPhone X between iPhone 8 (Plus), iPhone 8 features 2GB RAM, while iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X both feature 3GB. For the comparison’s sake of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus RAM, there is not a huge difference in terms of RAM specs.

As for the capacity, there is no difference for iPhone X vs iPhone 8/Plus. All of them offer 64GB and 256GB storage, so that you are no longer worry about the iPhone storage problems compared to the former iPhone 7/Plus, iPhone 6S/SE/6 Plus/5s/5 etc.

7. Camera

iPhone X camera gets upgraded with portrait lighting, enhanced video capture modes, Quad-LED True Tone flash,and ƒ/2.4 aperture telephoto. Specificly for video recording, the iPhone X features a 12MP rear-facing camera with support for augmented reality capabilities and 4K video at 60 FPS or 1080 video at 240 FPS. But it’s unlikely to see a dual lens camera ship on the smaller iPhone 8 model. That will be reserved for the iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X. As for the front camera, both pack a 7MP camera with support for 1080p video at 30 FPS.

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