Apple iPhone X Now Official With Bezel-less Design & More

Apple iPhone X Now Official With Bezel-less Design & More

When I was watching the Apple event and Apple announced the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, I got totally confused and shocked as really Apple has released a slightly upgraded iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. But after the launch of these two phones Apple unveiled iPhone X, the actual successor to last year’s iPhone and true Apple flagship of 2017. Now let’s talk about what’s inside this new iPhone X.


This one is the first iPhone which don’t have the single button on front, due to the bezel-less design. There’s not much placements on the front apart from the front camera and other sensors, almost whole front has display only. The sides as well as corners are slightly curved which gives it a premium look and holding. Talking about the grip this phone also has glass back with 7000 series aluminium frame. As this one don’t have the home button, so what Apple has done for Touch ID? Well they have removed the Touch ID and added their own face recognition unlocking system, which is named as Face ID. The phone has flood illuminator sensor which detects the face in advance technology. According to Apple this one is more secured than Touch ID.


Now coming to the internals, this iPhone X comes with Apple A11 Bionic six-core processor which is present in iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, two highly powered cores and four power efficient cores. It sports 5.8” Super Retina Display which is actually an OLED display, 1st for any iPhone. It has the resolution of 2436×1125 with 548ppi. HDR10 and Dolby Vision are present here. It has 3GB of RAM and 64GB/256GB of internal storage variants.


Talking about other features, both phone will have IP68 certification for water and dust resistance. The Touch ID is placed at the front and stereo speakers are present on both phones. This time they also added Bluetooth 5.0 through which we can add more two wireless devices like speakers from the same device. Both iPhone runs on iOS 11 out of the box. Both phones will be available in four colour options ; Space Grey, Silver and New Gold. No Jet Black this time.



Speaking about the camera and camera related features, this iPhone X comes with Dual 12MP + 12MP Rear Camera with f1.8 and f2.8 lens respectively. There are two dual tone LED flash and both cameras have Optical Image Stabilization. It can record videos up to 4k @ 60fps and slow-motion up to 1080p @ 240fps. The 7MP front camera can produce photos in portrait mode with the help of Face ID. This tome they added face recognition animojis as well, which makes emoji animations by scanning our face which includes face expressions and lip-sync.


Now coming to other features, it will have IP68 certification for water and dust resistance. Bluetooth 5.0 is present here as well which can connect more than one Bluetooth devices like speakers with one single device. It runs on iOS 11 out of the box with gesture based controls, as there’s no home button this time. It will have wireless charging as well as fast charging support. This phone will be available in two colour options; Space Grey and Silver.



Below are the details of pricing and availability of this phone:


  • The price starts from $999 (approx. ₹64,000) for 64GB variant.
  • Pre-orders will start from 27th September and will go on sale from 3rd November.
  • No information about the availability of this phone in other regions.


So that’s all the information we have as of now. Personally speaking this is the true flagship phone of Apple for 2017, not the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. As this phone packs some very new and interesting features. Also the design is very new for Apple device. Now let’s see how well it will do in the market, as it’s the most expensive iPhone ever. So what are your thoughts on this phone? Do let us know in the comments below. Also stay tuned with us for more information.



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Source: Apple