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Head-To-Head: Apple iPhone XS Vs. iPhone XR

The CRN Test Center compares one of Apple's new OLED smartphones with the forthcoming lower-priced LCD iPhone model.

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Even though the iPhone XR serves as entry-level device in Apple's new smartphone lineup, it will actually sport a larger display than the iPhone XS. The iPhone XR display measures 6.1 inches, vs 5.8 inches for the iPhone XS. Both phones will offer a nearly edge-to-edge screen (with the infamous camera notch at the top in both cases). Where the iPhone XR lags the XS is on display technology and resolution. The iPhone XR comes with an LCD screen rather than the more-colorful OLED display on the iPhone XS. However, Apple says a newly developed "Liquid Retina LCD" display for the iPhone XR features improved colors and picture quality over past LCD screens. On resolution, iPhone XR comes with 1,792 x 828 pixels for 326 ppi (pixels per inch). That's significantly lower res than the iPhone XS, which gets 458 ppi with resolution of 2,436 x 1,125.

 
 
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