Apple iPhone 8 Dummy

Apple iPhone 8 / iPhone X is certainly one of the most anticipated smartphones of 2017. Slated to launch in October or November this year, it will allegedly come with a dual camera and an almost bezel-less display. However, the iPhone 8 might lose the physical Touch ID button. A dummy of the phone has just appeared on the internet giving us a first look at its design language.

There has been several rumours and speculations about Appleā€™s future smartphone. Some of them suggest that the next iPhone may come with an aluminium body, while others claim that it will be a glass one. The recently disclosed images portray the latter.

The unconfirmed leaks showcase an iPhone with an all glass body held together by a stainless steel chassis. There is no Touch ID button visible either at the back or at the front. This suggests that the fingerprint sensor might be implanted into the screen of the smartphone.

According to the tipster who has leaked the images claims that the Apple iPhone 8 will feature the same 7.1 mm thickness of the iPhone 7. He also proposes that the next iPhone shall come with a dual camera setup with vertically arranged lens.

Apple iPhone 8 / iPhone X Alleged Specifications

We are yet to get any solid information about the specifications of the upcoming iPhone. Nevertheless, building upon the rumours the iPhone 8 / iPhone X will come with a 5.8-inch microLED (an advanced type of OLED) display. The screen will reportedly have almost negligible bezels like the latest Samsung S8 and S8+.

Moving inside, there will be the next generation Apple A11 chipset. This shall be mated with 3 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of internal storage. The camera hardware of the iPhone 8 is going to be quite interesting with features like 3D photography and video recording.

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