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If Apple Makes iPhone X a Samsung Note 8 Killer, This Is What It’d Look Like

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If Apple Makes iPhone X a Samsung Note 8 Killer, This Is What It’d Look LikeThe iPhone X launch with a 5.8-inch AMOLED display, and this makes it a direct rival to the Samsung Galaxy S8, so when it comes to bigger phones, Apple buyers are pretty much out of luck. Right now, the iPhone X has the biggest display in the iPhone range, with the iPhone 8 Plus, despite being bigger overall due to the huge bezels, still having a screen of just 5.5 inches. Samsung, on the other hand, has a model for everyone, and if the 5.8-inch display of the Galaxy S8 isn’t the one that’s right for you, there are always options number two and three in the form of the Galaxy S8+ and Note 8 which feature 6.2- and 6.3-inch displays, respectively. iPhone X Plus coming next year? While we’re heard rumors that Apple might be planning a bigger version of the iPhone X, most likely to be marketed as “Plus,” the company hasn’t provided a single hint this is indeed considered. And since this idea makes so much sense, concept designer
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