Swathed in the hype, causing a stir, and bringing the free ride of its competition’s flagship to a painful stoppage, the iPhone X has no competition as at all.
So far so good the most talked about smartphone has rolled out to more 20 market regions and this new report comes stating that iPhone X is all set to unveil in 14 additional markets by the end of this month.
Separately, the Cupertino-based tech kings also affirmed that the iPhone X will be going on sale in countries across Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa come the 24th of November.
The new markets that are expected to see the iPhone X include Albania, Bosnia, Cambodia, Kosovo, Macau, Macedonia, Malaysia, Montenegro, Serbia, South Africa, South Korea, Thailand, and Turkey.
To refresh, the iPhone X comes at a starting price of Rs. 89,000 for the 64GB variant, while the 256GB model comes at a price of Rs. 1,02,000. The handset is said to be made available in Silver and Space Grey color options.
Alongside the handset, Apple also pushed out accessories including leather and silicone cases, which will be available starting at Rs. 3,500.
The all-new iPhone X leather folio will be priced at Rs. 8,600 while a Lightning Dock in with a metallic color finish at a price of Rs. 4,700.
Given the price cost, the iPhone X will be the most expensive handset in the country competing against the likes of Pixel 2 XL, which saw a price of Rs. 73,000 for the standard version.
Coming to specs, the iPhone X brings a 5.8-inch Super Retina display which apparently, is the company’s first handset to bring such. It features a Face ID, wireless charging, all glass and stainless-steel design, water and dust resistance.
In the camera department, the handset comes with two 12-megapixel cameras tagged with OIS. It has a rear camera feature that brings dual optical image stabilization which comprises of a new color filter, deeper pixels, an image signal processor.
At the front, it comes with a 7-megapixel sensor with FaceTime HD camera. The new iPhone X device is powered by A11 Bionic processor tagged with a neural engine for supporting machine learning, augmented reality and 3D gaming.