Olixar Colton iPhone Xs 2-piece Case With Screen Protector - Red - Free Shipping

The Olixar Colton blends the latest technologies with premium design to create a truly protective iPhone XS case. The 2 piece magnetic case when teamed with the included full cover screen protector, provides 360° protection for your iPhone XS - in red.The complete 360 degree protection for your iPhone XS, Meet the Olixar Colton - an ultimate360 degree protection kit that combines style with technology, in order to deliver a modern approach to a mobile phone protection. The Colton2-Piece aluminiumcase, as well as the tempered glass screen protectorincluded have been crafted from quality materials, which ensure a truly slim-line and light-weight design that perfectly fits, maintains and compliments the natural curves of your iPhone XS. The Colton featurescomponents that come together to form this state-of the art protection system: aluminium metal case with built-in glass back and a full cover screen protector, coming together to provide your new iPhone XS with 360° protection.Complete full cover edge-to-edge protection for youriPhone XS' screen, This ingenious iPhone XS screen protection solution involves a minimal-thickness tempered glass protector that covers the complete surface of the iPhone XS' curved display. It is made from a reinforced 9H tempered glass that maintains perfect image claritywhile protecting your phone's entire screen from shocks, scrapes and scratches.Aluminiumand TPU composite bumper case, Olixar believes that quality materials result in excellent products, which is why the bumper case has been crafted from an aircraft-grade aluminium that offers substantial protection and great looks at all times.This bumper features anti-shock protection that maximises the safety of the iPhone XS, whilst the complimentingshock absorbing TPU layercushions the phone and protects the finish when fitting and removing. In keeping with rest of the Colton system, the focus is on minimalism, protection and modern looks.Built-in Glass back protector protects and mimics the glass back panel of your phone, The back panel built-in to the caseslips seamlessly over the rear of your phone with a cutout left open for the camera. This tempered glass panel provides a tough and expendable protective barrier, yet it keeps the natural feel and vibe of your iPhone XS design.Made for iPhone XS, Designed specifically for the iPhone XS, the Olixar Colton 2-Piece Case With Screen Protector offers a perfect protective fit for the device. Every aspect has been considered, tested and evaluated with the iPhone XS in mind and how it will serve you day to day.

Android Oreo 8.0 vs. iOS 11 is pretty much like comparing apples to oranges (ahem!), but switching from either is a big deal. If you have deep ties to one or the other, this might be another easy deal-breaker. Even if you're neutral on your operating system preference, however, remember that your OS choice has impact beyond the phone. If you've already purchased all of your TV shows on iTunes, you won't be able to access them on a Galaxy phone. Bought a HomePod speaker? Also no good on Samsung. Google services, meanwhile, are much more Apple friendly, but still not 100 percent compatible. You can send audio and video from some but not all of your iPhone apps to Chromecast devices, for instance.

Advantage: Varies by user preference, Both phones are glass-on-glass with metal frames and barely-there bezels, The S9s have curved edges and screens that appear to spill over the sides, The bezels on the iPhone X are slimmer top to bottom, but you get the intrusive notch at the top, The iPhone comes in monochromatic Space Gray and silver, while the S9 comes in Midnight Black, Coral Blue, Lilac Purple and Titanium Gray, Advantage: Varies by user preference, The iPhone X's screen is the same size as the 5.8-inch screen on the S9 (minus the notch), while the olixar colton iphone xs 2-piece case with screen protector - red S9 Plus has a larger 6.2-inch screen, All three are OLED displays, but the S9 has a slightly higher resolution and pixel density (2,960x1,440 pixels/529ppi and 570ppi) than the Super HD Retina Display on the iPhone X (2,436X1,12,200 pixels/458 ppi), The iPhone X however has TrueTone technology that adjusts the color temperature of the screen relative to the type of ambient light, so that colors look accurate no matter what the lighting condition..

Advantage: Samsung for size and resolution, but color preference will vary. The iPhone X has stereo speakers on the bottom of the phone and on the earpiece. The S9 and S9 Plus are the first Galaxy phones to also get stereo speakers. They're tuned by AKG and have a Dolby Atmos codec which translates into richer, louder sound than that of the previous S8. The S9 also allows you to adjust the audio profile from the settings. Advantage: Both have a stereo speaker configuration, but the advantage is TBD until we can listen to them both side by side outside of a demo room.

The rear fingerprint placement on the Galaxy S9 (left) is far more sensible than that of the S8 (right), The iPhone X has no fingerprint sensor, Neither phone has an in-screen fingerprint scanner like the Vivo X20 Plus UD or the Apex concept phone, but the S9 kept the fingerprint scanner on the back of the phone like its predecessor for mobile payments and unlocking olixar colton iphone xs 2-piece case with screen protector - red your phone, Except this time it's in a better position, It's below the camera instead of beside it like on the S8, To unlock the iPhone X or to verify a payment, you'll have to use the Face ID feature or a passcode, The iPhone 8 Plus has the trusty ol' Touch ID fingerprint sensor on the front, but that's at the expense of thick top and bottom bezels..

Advantage: Samsung, if a fingerprint sensor is a must-have. Both phones have facial-recognition features that can be used to unlock them, but the technology used is different. The iPhone X has a True Depth (depth-sensing) camera on the front of the phone that maps out your face in 3D using infrared dots. Apple says Face ID authentication is even more secure than its Touch ID authentication on the fingerprint scanner. Face ID replaces Touch ID on the iPhone X for unlocking the phone. The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus use Intelligent Scan, a combination of the iris scanner and the less-secure facial recognition feature that uses the non-depth sensing front camera to unlock. This feature "favors ease of unlocking over security" and defaults to the "trickable" Face Unlock feature and only uses the more secure iris scanner as a backup when lighting conditions don't allow for a full face scan.

In her review, olixar colton iphone xs 2-piece case with screen protector - red Dolcourt found that the iPhone X's Face ID is more tamper-proof than the S9's Intelligent scan, although iris unlock on the Galaxy S8 and newer is still secure, Advantage: Apple, AR emojis are Samsung's take on Apple's animojis, the animated emojis that can be controlled with your face, Apple's animojis focus on a few emojis like the poop and the unicorn with more coming with the recent iOS 11.3 launch, The S9 gives you a few more options to chose from, including transforming your face into an animal, Disney character or an avatar you can create by taking a selfie on either camera..

Our CNET editors took turns trying out the AR emojis and the consensus was that the technology seems lackluster and the results creepy because the gestures on the animations didn't really match the real-life version. Dolcourt said, "Samsung's AR Emoji feature lacks the charm and verve of iPhone's animojis -- they came off as eerie and unfinished."Advantage: Apple. The S9 has three tiers of onboard storage options depending on the market (64GB, 120GB and 256GB) with up to 400GB of expandable storage. The iPhone X only offers a 64GB and 256GB option with no SD card slot.

Advantage: Samsung, The motors on both these phones are beasts, but it's hard to compare them without the S9 in our olixar colton iphone xs 2-piece case with screen protector - red hands, The S9s are powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 or the Samsung Exynos 9810, depending on your region, while the iPhone has Apple's A11 Bionic chip on the iPhone X, Our early tests of the Qualcomm 845 yielded strong results versus other Android phones when we benchmarked "white box" phones earlier this year, though it's unclear if the Galaxy S9's Snapdragons will be optimized at the same speeds, Similar tests by Anandtech on the new Exynos chip were decidedly less encouraging, but the site noted that it was unclear if its test device was representative of the final shipping product..

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