Apple iPhone X

Released in November 2017, the NFC iOS Smartphone Apple iPhone X can scan and use various NFC tags and products thanks to the integrated NFC function.

On the flagship smartphone Apple iPhone X's back you can find 2 camera lenses with a maximum resolution of 12 megapixels. The combination of multiple lenses promises pictures with higher fidelity regarding details, color and contrast. The front camera has a resolution of 7 MP. In the smartphone a Hexa-Core processor (Apple A11 Bionic APL1W72) does the work, assisted by 3 GB RAM. For specialists: To calculate the graphics a Apple 3-core GPU is called into action.

The 174 grams heavy iPhone X has an internal storage space of 256 GB. The smartphone has a 5.8 inch OLED display with a high density of 459 ppi. The smartphone also has a 2716 mAh battery, which can be used much more efficient thanks to the OLED technology because only bright pixel need to be supplied with energy. The iPhone X provides the option to unlock the smartphone via face unlock thanks to proper cameras on the front. This can be more comfortable in everyday life in comparison to numeric codes or patterns.

Note: Formally, iPhones beginng with Generation 6, can be defined as NFC-Smartphones due to the integration of NFC for Apple-Pay. However, the functionality to read NFC-Tags is only possible with generation 7 devices or newer. On our info-page on iOS and NFC we keep you updated with latest developments.

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