The mobile has been around since the mid-1980s, but the TV industry is catching up.
So, if you want to know which is better, let’s start with the mobile.
The iPhone 7 Plus is the first of Apple’s flagship phones to feature a 6-inch screen.
The screen is wider than a typical smartphone and boasts a Quad HD (1920 x 1080) resolution, making it the thinnest handset yet.
But what makes it even better is its colour display, which is the highest resolution currently available on a smartphone.
Apple has also upped the resolution from the iPhone 7 to a 4K resolution, which gives it a huge improvement in colour quality.
The phone also features a fingerprint sensor, meaning you can unlock it with just your finger.
You can choose between either a curved screen or the more traditional glass-on-glass design.
But there are some limitations with the iPhone.
It only has 4G LTE, but Apple doesn’t currently support it.
And while it has a lot of great features, it doesn’t have the most advanced cameras or camera apps, like those found on the Galaxy S8 and Pixel phones.
What’s more, the iPhone can only record 1080p video at 30fps, making for a sluggish video experience.
But even though the iPhone is not a flagship smartphone, it’s still a great phone, and it’s only going to get better with time.
It’s also possible to upgrade to the iPhone X or iPhone XS Max.
The first two iPhone models, the 7 and 9, launched in late 2016.
Both have better cameras than the iPhone 8 Plus, faster processors, better camera software, and more.
But both are pricey.
If you want the best phone for you, look no further than the Samsung Galaxy S9, which launched in April 2018.
The S9 has an 18-megapixel camera and a 1080p resolution screen, so you can record 4K videos.
It also has a fingerprint scanner, which means you can’t just use it to unlock the phone.
It has a slightly lower price, but if you buy it now, it might not last long.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is Samsung’s biggest smartphone yet, and although it has more features, the price is also much higher.
It features a 20-megapixels sensor and a 1440p resolution, so it can record 1080P video.
It can also have a 4G network connection, which allows it to connect to 4G networks and take advantage of faster speeds.
But it comes with the usual caveats: it’s a Samsung phone, which isn’t a good fit for most people, and there are no LTE bands available.
But if you need the best smartphone for your money, the Samsung Note 8 might be right up your alley.