Apple is likely to launch three new iPhones this year. The rumours claim that two of these phones will be in line with the iPhone X, in terms of display and features. However, the third device is speculated to launch with a massive 6.1-inch LCD display. The other two phones will continue with the OLED panels.
This unnamed iPhone with an LCD screen is likely to be a mid-range device, well according to Apple’s standards. The device is likely to launch at a price of $800. The LCD display on the iPhone will be provided by Japan Display (JDI) and it is known for supporting a Full-HD resolution of 1080 x 2160p. The phone will be a bezel-less device with an 18:9 aspect ratio display, thanks to the resolution.
This LCD iPhone will also carry the signature notch of the iPhone X. Some people found this notch ugly and basic. Did you share this thought?
The arguably cheaper iPhone will also ditch the stainless-steel frame of the other iPhones. It is likely to feature an aluminium frame with a single rear camera at its disposal. The phone will also skip the 3D Touch since all the three iPhones are speculated to carry the facial recognition feature.
The rumour mill has also churned out considerable rumours about an iPhone with a stainless steel frame, a dual camera setup and a massive 512GB storage. This might be one of the two iPhones mentioned above.
The ‘cheaper’ iPhone is likely to launch in the first half of this year and so is the iPhone SE 2. Is it possible that the device under scrutiny is the iPhone SE 2 indeed?
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