There are a number of rumours in the market about the upcoming Apple iPhone 8 and recently another set of information has started surfacing on the internet. The recent information is about the iPhone 8 dimensions which are leaked along with its rendered images. The iPhone 8 is compared to the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S8, and Samsung Galaxy S8+. In addition to this, a recent report also suggest that LG is looking to get OLED display orders from Apple from next year.
The manufacturer has also made a large sum of investment to improve the OLED smartphone display production. Coming back to iPhone 8 dimensions, according to iDrop News, the upcoming smartphone will measure 143.59mm X 70.94 mm X 7.57mm. With these dimensions, the iPhone 8 will be wider and larger than the iPhone 7 but, smaller than the iPhone 7 Plus. The iPhone 8 would be thicker than both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. There is no information about the weight but, it is expected that it would be more than iPhone 7 and less than iPhone 7 Plus.
To compete in the display war, the iPhone 8 is reported to feature an edge-to-edge display with no Home Button in the front. A small lip at the top edge for integrating the front camera and sensors is present. At the back, a vertical dual camera setup with the Apple logo is expected and rumours also suggest that fingerprint sensor would be beneath the display. Looking at the expected specs, the iPhone 8 would be slimmer than its competitor, Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+.
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In the current year, Samsung was awarded the orders of an OLED display but, LG is gearing up to pace up its production for OLED smartphone displays with switching its focus on from TVs. According to LG, Chinese manufacturers will also follow the footsteps of Apple and integrate OLED displays, so if it doesn’t bag an order from Apple, it will have to source other targets.