iPhone Planned To Release Massive 5.8-inch Display Device

iPhone Planned To Release Massive 5.8-inch Display Device

From the time when the iPhone raised so popular, it turns into almost impossible to cover all the leaks from surfacing. The latest being the announcement of a new iPhone with a huge 5.8-inch display.

DigiTimes has declared that ‘Apple will launch 4.7-, 5.5- and 5.8-inch new iPhone models in second-half 2017, with TFT-LCD panels to be used in the former two models and AMOLED for the 5.8-inch one…Global shipments of the AMOLED iPhone in 2017 are estimated at 60-70 million units,’

The update as well says that Samsung will be the exclusive manufacturer of OLED panels used in the enlarged iPhone, providing up to 20 million panels a month.

Apple jumping to a 5.8-inch display comes as a wonder, from the time when the company has mocked larger phones in the past. Particularly when it’s competing with Google, Samsung and LG have all downsized to 5.5-inch panels in their premium smartphones. There is a chance that the new iPhone might include the edges considering the curve display the smartphone is anticipated to boost.

There are as well gossips claiming the company will be releasing a 5-inch model featuring a vertical dual-camera system, as compared to the horizontal one that is available on the iPhone 7 Plus. With the new device, Apple may be planning to offer potential customers with a selection of the current 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch options.Meanwhile, the technology giant finalises iPhone designs six months before their September launch, a lot of modifications can be estimated. The iPhone is anticipated to undergo an enormous design overhaul after three generations of incremental design tweaks.

Meanwhile, the technology giant finalises iPhone designs six months before their September launch, a lot of modifications can be estimated. The iPhone is anticipated to undergo an enormous design overhaul after three generations of incremental design tweaks.

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