Rumours about the iPhone 8 began surfacing long before we were done predicting about the iPhone 7. And they were not some burly imaginative renders that looked futuristic but the ones that made some real sense to the tech Nostradamus in us.So far, a lot has been revealed about the next iPhone.
Design and build quality
Most rumours hint that the iPhone 8 will come in two sizes and three models — 4.7 inch, 5.5 inch and 5.5 inch OLED. Or, it could come in these three sizes — 5.2 inch, 5.5 inch and 5.8 inch, with the last two having OLED screens. Apple might adopt bigger sizes, but from earlier experience we know that abandoning the 4.7-inch size phone could have dire consequences. So chances of that happening aren’t that high.
The OLED screens that SHARP CEO Tai Jeng-wu confirmed Apple would be using in iPhone 8 would suck less battery than the previous LTPS displays. But the report that hints that full face of the iPhone 8 will be covered by the screen is a little hard to believe.
OLED display technology is quite advanced, and we already have devices that carry a curved screen made using that display. But unless the ever invincible, unbreakable glass is invented, I am skeptical of smartphone companies handing over the front to the screen completely.
Apple has this habit of topping the performance charts with its new processor in the iPhone. Year after year. The iPhone 8 will possibly house the next-gen Apple chipset – the A11 — and we expect it to keep up the tradition of the being significantly faster in benchmarks than the A10 inside the iPhone 7.
A11 is said to be manufactured by TMSC (and not Samsung as many reports stated earlier) on its 10nm processes. Qualcomm snapdragon 835 is also built on a similar process, but by Samsung. It is believed that TMSC will also use the 10nm process for MediaTek and HiSilicon processors.
After a dual-camera setup (rear camera having two sensors) on the iPhone 7 Plus, Apple will undoubtedly further spruce up the photography performance on the iPhone 8. In the iPhone 7 Plus, the telephoto lens lacks optical image stabilisation.
Apple will possibly fix this in the iPhone 8. In fact, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is often accurate about Apple, says that the company will be using the dual camera setup on iPhone 8 with OIS on both lenses. In the world of Android, Hauwei has already deployed OIS in both lenses in the Mate 9.
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