“The iPhone X is the future of the smartphone”.
Not my words, Phil’s.
Let’s have a quick look at why Apple thinks THEIR smartphone IS the future.
- Network: 2G / 3G / 4G
- Display: 5.8 inches, Super Retina display — (1125 x 2436 pixels)
- Software: iOS 11
- Processor: Hexa-core CPU (Apple A11 Bionic)
- Memory: 3GB RAM | 64/256GB ROM
- Cameras: Front — 7 MP (f/2.2, Face detection, HDR, 1080p) | Rear — Dual 12 MP camera setup (f/1.8 & f/2.4, Phase Detection Autofocus, Dual Optical Image Stabilization, 2x Optical Zoom, Quad-LED flash, [email protected]/30/60fps video)
- Battery: –
- Price: Check today’s price
Now, for something a bit more comprehensive.
Software, Design, Display
As with every other new iPhone that launched before it, the iPhone X would run on Apple’s latest IOS version — IOS 11 — right out of the box and the device, as usual, is a single nano-SIM device.
The display on the iPhone 10 stretches from edge to edge and top to bottom, save for an awkward notch at the top of the device which houses the front-facing camera lens(es).
The display is a 5.8-inch OLED display having a 1125 by 2436 pixel resolution and a pixel density of about 467 pixels per inch, something the ‘geniuses’ over at Apple HQ are calling ‘Super Retina Display’.
Performance, Hardware, Cameras
Inside its almost all-glass exterior sits the latest (and greatest) Apple-designed mobile CPU — Apple’s A11 Bionic — assisted by an in-house designed GPU.
Those alongside 3 gigabytes of RAM and 64GB onboard storage (or 256GB for more $$) are what you’d be getting on purchasing the iPhone X. And as usual, the device doesn’t support external memory cards.
The front-facing camera on the iPhone X is a 7-megapixel lens (f/2.2) which, thanks to the mind-boggling amount of components packed within that awkward notch, is capable of numerous things.
At the back of the device sits a dual-Lens camera setup. Both Lenses are 12-megapixel Lens with one having an f/1.8 aperture and the other, f/2.2, but both possess optical image stabilization. For lighting, a quad-LED flashlight is situated between both Lenses.
Some other features the device packs include …
- Wireless Charging,
- Facial Recognition for unlocking your device (Face ID) in place of fingerprint unlock (Touch ID),
- No headphone jack,
- Stereo Speakers,
- Apple Pay (using Face ID),
- Bluetooth 5.0,
Apple iPhone X Price in Nigeria
most expensive iPhone iPhone X would retail for north of $999 (400k) when it becomes available.
Apple iPhone X Full Device Specifications
Here are the full essential details about the device…
Network and Software
|4G||Yes (Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 34, 38, 39, 40, 41, 66)|
|Operating System||iOS 11|
Design and Display
|Dimensions||143.6 x 70.9 x 7.7 mm|
|Build||Glass back, Water and dust resistant (IP67 certified)|
|Colors||Space Grey, Silver|
|Display Size||5.8 inches|
|Display Type||Super Retina Display|
|Display Resolution||1125 x 2436 pixels|
|Display Protection||Scratch Resistant|
Performance and Hardware
|Processor Name||Apple A11 Bionic|
|Processor Type||Hexa-core CPU|
|SD Card Support||No|
|Front Camera||7 MP (f/2.2, Face detection, HDR, 1080p)|
|Rear Camera||Dual 12 MP camera setup (f/1.8 & f/2.4, Phase Detection Autofocus, Dual Optical Image Stabilization, 2x Optical Zoom, Quad-LED flash, [email protected]/30/60fps video)|
Connectivity and Multimedia
|WiFi||Yes (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac)|
|Loudspeaker||Yes (Stereo Speakers)|
|Other Features||Face ID, Animoji, Wireless charging, Siri, Apple Pay|
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