iPhone X Review and Specification: To buy or not to buy - Daily Star
12:00 AM, August 27, 2018 / LAST MODIFIED: 06:47 PM, September 04, 2018

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To buy or not to buy an iPhone X…. now

Planning to buy an iPhone X now? Probably it's the worst time for buying this phone. Apple, last year, launched three phones including the legendary-thousand-dollar notch-popping iPhone X. The phone discarded the traditional home button and replaced the fingerprint scanner with an AI-powered Face ID scanner. Rest of the two phones: iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus which where nothing but an incremental update of the even pre This year, all three phones are set to use these features.

Rumours have it, Apple is going unveil three smartphones and some other devices this September as part of its annual roundup of new flagship phones. Amongst the smartphones, one of them is going to be a larger version of the iPhone X with a 6.5- inch screen. The other two might be a smaller with lesser processing power 6.1- inch LCD display.

As the dummy models from reliable sources suggest, the flagship device of this year will be having a whopping 6.5 inches. Not to worry, the phone will go no-bezel this time with screen real estate stretching edge to edge. But the best news so far is the 6.5-inch model may come with dual SIM cards support. For most Bangladeshi users, that would be awesome as we wouldn't require carrying two different phones anymore. Let's earnestly hope that Apple to sport these features. Not only that, the new smartphones is expected to pack a bigger battery. The 6.5-inch model will be having a 3,400 mAh battery whereas the smaller ones will be having at least 2,700+ mAh battery.

Another rumour that has been floating around is all the phones are going to have USB-C charging port. This is Apple's bold move to shift all the laptops and portable devices to USB-C. No more carrying two charger cables for your Android and Apple phones.

Will Apple be able to stun the crowd once again? That's a question we will be getting answered after the launching event in September. Till then, keep praying that the price drop on the existing models are substantial enough for you to save some bucks.

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