New iPhone X Leak For 2019

New iPhone X Leak For 2019: iPhone X Plus??

iphone X plus

Few days to the iPhone X touching the market, rumors were released that Apple is working on what is said to be the iPhone X Plus to be released in 2019. This information has been shared by different channels and part of it has shown renderings that are thought to be the design Apple is working on that will be the iPhone X. Few weeks after Apple unveiled the iPhone X, tech enthusiasts like Noelle Neff have been discussing about the phone and many reviews have been done across the world placing it against other leading brands. But what comes after the iPhone X? Read on to learn more about the New iPhone X Leak For 2019 below!!

2019 leak information

The leak information shared across different authority sites points to the design of a phone that will feature a screen bigger than 6 inches that will have an OLED display. But there have not been confirmations that the said phone will be the iPhone X Plus as the only details these reviewers have received is about the design of the phone that should be released in late 2018. There was other information that pointed to the possibility of Apple releasing a phone that would feature an LCD screen, which would make part of three phones that are lined up to get to the market in 2019.

However, much focus has been on the renderings that highlight the release of a 6.4-inch phone that will feature an OLED screen. Despite Apple upholding a trend where they had Plus models, it is not certain whether the new phone will be called iPhone X Plus due to the shift in naming convention. It might be named something else, but its size will be larger and that might be the reason people think it deserves to be categorized as a Plus model of the iPhone X.

Screen sizes

The aimed release by Apple features two screens, 5.85-inch and 6.46-inch, so there will be two phones released in 2018 with these specifications and both will have an OLED screen. Apple has already signed a deal with Samsung Display to have OLED screens supplied by the company, so this could mean the company will continue to offer their next phones with OLED displays.

If the phone is the iPhone X Plus, then expect that Apple will retain the design adopted on the iPhone X while also keeping some features like the Face ID and the charging system. Many of the features introduced with the iPhone X will remain when the iPhone X is released as has been the case previously. What Apple is likely to do is make some enhancements to different areas including the camera and display.

The phone will be bigger than the iPhone X Plus and must come with advanced features. One thing that is certain is the issue about pricing where the phone is expected to cost more due to the additional features it will have, so if you thought the iPhone X was expensive you should brace yourself for a new high when the iPhone X Plus is released.

About the author

Noelle

Noelle Neff is a professional photographer covering niche markets. She graduated from the University of Miami and is based in the same city. Noelle Neff is also a renowned blogger on topics such as photography and travel. You can also find some of her shots at various online stock photo sites.

 

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8 comments

  1. Seriously, they surprise with innovations and improvements every time, even when you think there is nothing they can do to make some difference. Looking forward to hear news from them.

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