Apple seems to be planning to release three distinct iPhone models by the end of this year, according to rumors. To reassert the trio’s debut, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo returns to the public to talk about the subject, now using a visual projection.
Through an image assembled by the firm where he works, KGI Research, the expert shows how future smartphones designed in California are out of the way. In two of them, the only difference would be the screen, while the “extra” version would bring significant technological advances
iPhone 4.7 Screen display
With a TFT display, this model would follow the same standards as the current iPhone 7. It means that common changes in it, including more RAM, a better chipset, more competent cameras, and a larger battery. It is possible that your name is iPhone 8.
iPhone 5.5 inch Screen display
Also with a TFT display, this iPhone would walk the same path as the iPhone 7 Plus. What remains to be seen is whether the dual camera – present only in its predecessor – will reach the smaller variant in the same way. The display size remains the same, 5.5 inches. Legend has it that it hits stores like the iPhone 8 Plus.
iPhone 5.8 inch screen display
Being slightly larger than the iPhone 8, this handset would win the title of “iPhone X.” This can be explained by their breakthrough in technology, getting an OLED screen instead of a TFT, setting aside the LCD, and maybe forever.
Even in a compact structure, the model would receive a 5.8-inch display, where 5.15 inches would be destined for content, and the remainder would house virtual buttons. According to Kuo, the resolution would be 2,800 x 1,242 pixels, not far from the Quad HD; 2,560 x 1,440 pixels.
By losing the physical button, performing the fingerprint reading right on the screen, the iPhone X would lose the huge edges of its “siblings”.
The new iPhones will be released in the second half of 2017
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