With that beautiful Samsung amoled panel, wireless charging, slim bezels and pencil support, beautiful colours, iphoneX plus will be a Samsung note running iOS on an even faster Apple chip, what's not to like?. For me, plenty. It's been a long standing demand for many of us and it's finally here but not unlike Samsung, stylus support will be limited only to it's premium phone offerings. As a result, we finally have diversity of OS in a penabled phablet market, but democratization akin to what ipad 2018 ushered in tablet market is still absent in phone space. iPad 2018 was a watershed moment in pen computING, by bringing pencil support to the cheaper iPad it democratized access to stylus for a demographic, that could not afford it before. A demographic that doesn't need highest benchmark or a glass back or wireless charging or tilt support or best cameras. All they need is quality pen performance so that they can go paperless and be more productive. This is a demographic i belong to, we just want to get better grades for better future, get more efficient at work to find more time for family, to not forget an idea by writing it on a digital pocketbook. For us technology is just a tool, not the symbol of our social status, it is not the source of our happiness or satisfaction in life. So, even if i can and in near future will buy a penabled iPhone, but that doesn't mean it will be for me. I still have my Note3NEO (neo=cheaper note) a $400 phone that had the same pen technology that was in the $800 flagship. It's pen technology was barely usable but it was the best pen tech there was in consumer tech, and that was satisfaction enough for me. What we need is an Apple Pencil compatible, iPhoneX body with a LCD panel, processor and camera from iPhone7 era without the fancy glass back and wireless charging. And a price point that is accessible -may be $500.