Samsung and Apple have been going head to head for supremacy with newer and better phones every year. The two phone brands are always neck and neck when it comes to showing off their flagship tech. When it comes to the camera, iPhones have always been ahead of its game while Samsung has always been known for their processing prowess but is that always the case? Let’s find out.
Apple just released three new handsets to mull over. On top of the pedestal is the iPhone X, boasting its edge-to-edge display. While the other two - the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus sport a traditional design that looks and feels exactly similar to the iPhone 7 Series. If you are thinking of upgrading your iPhone 7, we’ll make it easier for you by comparing these two different yet similar phones with each other.
Last September 13, Apple unveiled its most anticipated flagships iPhone 8, iPhone 8 plus and iPhone X which coincided with its 10th year anniversary. With its full retail prices of less than 1,000 USD – the most expensive iPhone to date, there is a growing market for less priced older iPhone models.
Apple just announced three new handsets to mull over. On top of the pedestal is the iPhone X, boasting its edge-to-edge display. While the other two - the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus sport a traditional design that looks and feels exactly similar to the iPhone 7 Series.
Now that the Mayweather vs McGregor fight is done and dusted, a new battle amongst two giants is looming – the soon-to-be-launched iPhone 8 and the reigning king of mobile phones, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. A highly-anticipated matchup between the top two phone model brands in the market to see which of these phones will come out tops awaits.
Now that Samsung has released the Galaxy S8 and Note 8, all eyes are turned to Apple as the iPhone 8 is expected to be released in September. Earlier reports suggest that for this edition, Apple has decided to remove the 32GB model and will be launching only two variants of the upcoming iPhone 8 – 64GB and 256GB with 3GB RAM. However, a new rumour is suggesting there will be a third variant: 512GB.