Apple iPhone X hands-on review

The iPhone X is finally official, but is Apple’s first OLED smartphone the flagship we’ve all been waiting for? We’ve been hands on with the new handset to find out…

Despite all the leaks and rumours about the Apple iPhone X taking a bit of the edge off the global launch, a revamped iPhone is still headline news. And, Apple did have a couple of extra tricks up its sleeve. Here are our first impressions…

Design and build

The pictures of the Apple iPhone X look good, but it makes a much better impression in the flesh. It looks stunning – arguably the classiest-looking iPhone ever (which you’d probably expect, given the £999 starting price) – with a brightly gleaming stainless-steel band around the edges that holds the phone together and gives it an opulent feel.

Then there’s the glass back with its subtly shining Apple logo, colour-matched to the Space Grey or Silver finishes. Apple says it is made from the most durable glass ever used in a smartphone. We’ll see. It feels pretty strong. And it certainly attracts fingerprints.

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