The iPhone X is one of the most anticipated phones of the year, and one of Apple’s best.
Its 5.7-inch OLED screen, coupled with a Snapdragon 835 processor and 3GB of RAM make it a great phone to upgrade to if you want to get more out of it.
It also has the most powerful processor in the iPhone line, but it only gets 5G support and has a price tag that’s more than $1,000.
That said, it’s the best phone of the iPhone X era and one that deserves your attention.
To learn more, USA Today has rounded up the best iPhone X features and benchmarks, with a list of pros and cons that will satisfy both iPhone X enthusiasts and iPhone X fans alike.
Best screen size iPhone X: 5.9 inches screen.
iPhone X Plus: 5 inches screen with a larger display.
iPhone 10 Plus: 7 inches screen and a taller display.
The iPhone 10 Pro: 6.2 inches screen, a bigger display, and a larger battery.
iPhone 8 Plus: 6 inches screen on a larger iPhone.
iPhone 9 Plus: 8.3 inches screen for the cheapest price.
Best camera iPhone X vs. iPhone Plus: The iPhone 8 is the best camera in the line.
iPhone 11 Plus: 12MP rear camera and 4K video capture.
iPhone 12 Plus: 16MP rear-facing camera, 8MP front-facing, and 4k video capture for $1,-939.
iPhone 13: 12.9MP rear facing camera, 7MP front facing, and 1.5MP front shooting for $2,599.
iPhone 14: 16.7MP rear front facing camera with 1.8MP front video capture, 16MP front face, and 8MP rear shooting for up to $2,-499.
iPhone 15: 16 megapixel rear facing, 8 megapixel front facing and 1 megapixel back facing for $4,099.
iPhone 16: 16 Megapixel front faced camera, 10 megapixel face with 1080p video capture and 1,024 x 768 resolution for $8,399.
iPhone 17: 16mp front facing lens for $9,299.
iPhone 18: 8 megapixels front facing with 1080i video capture at up to 200Mbps, and 1080p photo capture at 500Mbps for $15,000 (no HDR mode).
iPhone 19: 16-megapixel front-facing with 2x optical zoom for $16,499.
Best battery iPhone X has the best battery.
The only battery that lasts longer is the 1650 mAh battery, which Apple sells in the US for $999.
Apple sells the phone with an 8-cell battery in the box, but if you get it with a 32-cell option, you’ll have to shell out $1 more to get the 32-core version.
iPhone 7 Plus: 18.5 Whr battery for $499.
The phone will get its battery life from its dual cameras, so if you’re looking for a phone that can get the most out of the device’s camera capabilities, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will do just fine.
Best fingerprint scanner iPhone X and iPhone 8 get the best fingerprint scanner, but iPhone X’s fingerprint scanner has a lot of work behind it. iPhone 5s and iPhone 6s Plus: 3.9mm, 1.6mm, and 0.5mm scanners for $29.99.
4th Generation Apple Pencils: 4.8mm and 2.0mm scanners.
Best wireless charging iPhone X offers a wireless charging option, but its wireless charging port is not included with the phone.
iPhone 6 Plus: 30W wireless charging for $69.99 and a 3-year warranty for $99.
The 6 Plus also offers a 32W charger for $20.
iPhone SE: 40W wireless charger for up the phone’s wireless charging capability to 60W and a 6-month warranty for up $149.
iPhone V: 40w wireless charger with 4G LTE connectivity for up a whopping 48W.
iPhone M: Wireless charging option with a micro USB charging port.
Best waterproofing iPhone X can protect the device from water and dust.
iPhone XL: 3D touch for $24.99, which includes the device with a water resistant case and a microSD card.
Best security iPhone X comes with a fingerprint scanner built into the device.
iPhone Pro: 5-megapixels camera with Face ID for $49.99 with a three-year limited warranty.
iPhone Smart Lock: Secure Apple Pay for up 12,000 points.
Best multitasking iPhone X will take multitasking to the next level, but Apple’s multitasking feature is still a work in progress.
iPhone Lightning: 4-megaphone for up 128 hours battery life.
Best cameras iPhone X also comes with some of the best cameras around.