Now that the XS Max and the XsMax OLED are now available, I figured I’d give you a quick rundown of what’s new in the X-series.
Before we get started, I’ll be upfront that I haven’t been using the X series phones for a while, so this is just what I’ve been using and what I like about them.
In a nutshell, the X Series phones are about the same size as the iPhone X (which is still big and heavy), and feature the same 13MP primary camera with an f/2.0 aperture and laser autofocus.
Both phones have an aluminum body, and while the X Max is much thinner, it still has the same aluminum frame and glass back.
The Xs series phones are slightly thicker, but the body is still aluminum, the camera lens is a bigger f/1.7 aperture, and the front camera is a larger f/4 aperture.
The X Max and a few other X-Series phones also have a rear fingerprint sensor.
If you’ve been following my X-related coverage, you’ll know that I love the X Plus.
I also have to say that the new Xs models are probably the most well-made X-Pro models I’ve ever used.
The iPhone X Plus has a nicer, sharper camera and a slightly bigger battery, but both phones have the same specs: the same processor, the same A11 Bionic processor, and a 2,300mAh battery.
So the X+ is better for the price and has more RAM, more storage, and better camera, but it’s not as good for what it does with the screen.
The Plus, however, has a better camera and battery.
The OnePlus X+ has a smaller body, a smaller battery, and lower specs.
Both have the exact same specs and they are great.
The only difference between them is that the OnePlus X Plus is cheaper, but that’s about it.
The OnePlus X is a phone that I’ve tried a few times.
I love it for the camera, battery, screen, and design.
It’s the best phone I’ve used.
But I also think it’s a little underpowered.
I’ve tested every X- and X-Plus phone that has come out to date, and I have to give props to the OnePlus and OnePlus X for being great phones.
I’ve owned the OnePlus 2, the OnePlus 3, the ZTE Axon 7, and most recently, the Oppo Find 7.
They’re all really good phones.
The Find 7 has the best camera, screen and screen size of any phone I own.
The ZTE, however…well, that’s a whole different story.
I have a hard time recommending the Zee Axon, because the phone looks and feels a lot like the OnePlus 1.
The camera is better, the screen is bigger, and everything is a little bigger.
The phone feels much better than the OnePlus One.
The Oppo X…
I’ll be honest, I really like it.
I just don’t like the screen size and battery life.
The X and XS are great phones that I don’t know if anyone will buy.
They all have the most amazing cameras I’ve tested.
The screen is really good.
The hardware is great.
They look and feel amazing.
But, I’m not sure anyone will ever buy a phone this great and this beautiful.
The phones look great, but if you have the money, the specs, and have time to do your research, you probably won’t be impressed.
I would recommend the OnePlus XL, but even with all of the upgrades and upgrades, it’s hard to justify spending $600 on a phone like that.
If you’re a OnePlus user, you know that the best way to buy an X or XS is to get a phone with the OnePlus name.
They have the best and most advanced camera in the industry.
The name means something.
If you’re willing to shell out the extra cash, the best phones in the world are available.