- Very expensive
- No stylus support
- NFC can only be used for mobile payments
- No memory expansion (never offered on iPhones)
- Smooth and lag-free performance
- Excellent camera (can shoot 4K videos)
- Improved battery than its predecessor
- Attractive full HD display
- Thin and stylish design
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