Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are the most expensive smartphones available in the world, with both offering an amazing battery life, powerful graphics and incredible specifications.
This article will review both smartphones, which have been around for quite some time.iPhone 8 and 8 PlusBoth iPhones feature a 6.3-inch (17.8mm) OLED display, a Quad HD display with Full HD resolution and 4K video.
Apple has made the OLED display in both smartphones more attractive and the screen has been upgraded with the latest AMOLED technology.
They also feature a 3D Touch-enabled Face ID sensor, along with the ability to use Siri and Apple Pay.
Both the iPhone 8 models are powered by a new, quad-core Snapdragon 835 processor, which is expected to hit stores in the fall.
The iPhone 8s models are also powered by the same Snapdragon 845 processor and they also include 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
Both iPhones will have 64GB internal storage and are powered via an 8MP camera, a 12MP camera and a 5MP front-facing camera.
They have the same IP67 rating and IP68 rating.iPhone XS modelThe iPhone Xs models have been confirmed for the UK, but no details about availability have been revealed.
The phones feature a 4K display, dual-LED flash, a 3.5mm headphone jack, wireless charging and a rear camera with optical image stabilization.
The iPhone 8 has the same display as the iPhone X, and it is the most premium of the iPhone series, boasting a Quad OLED display with a Full HD Resolution (1920 x 1080) and 4k video.
The phone has a Snapdragon 840 processor, and the display is upgraded with a new Quad LTE modem.iPhone S modelThe phone is also the most popular iPhone model for now, with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus both selling for around £150, but that could change in the future.
The S model is powered by an 8-core, 64-bit Snapdragon 841 processor, the same processor found in the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6S Plus.
iPhone S is powered via a 5 MP camera, with optical zoom, dual LED flash and dual-tone LED flash.iPhone SE modelThe smartphone is also a popular model for the iPhone, with iPhones from both Samsung and LG having sold in the UK in the past few months.
Both models feature a 5.5-inch Full HD display, with Quad HD resolution, 3.7MP rear camera, and 2160p video recording.iPhone 6s PlusThe iPhone 6 is a very popular smartphone, with around 500 million units sold in Europe alone and it has a 6-inch OLED display.
The screen is now a 5-inch Super AMOLON OLED, which also supports a Quad LED flash, and is powered using an 8MB RAM and a 64GB storage option.iPhone 7 modelThe Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S8 have been a big hit with consumers in the US, and Apple is likely to be pushing them in the same way.
The company has confirmed that the iPhone SE is coming in late summer, with a launch date of late November, although we don’t have confirmation about availability.
The Galaxy S9 model has the latest Samsung Exynos 8890 processor, with 8GB of onboard storage and a 3MP rear-facing shooter.
The Galaxy S10 is the first iPhone with a bigger 4GB RAM option.
The company is also rumoured to be rolling out a new iPhone 6 Plus model, but it’s not known if that will be a 4-inch or 5-in-1 version.iPhone 10 modelThe upcoming iPhone 10 model will be the most powerful iPhone ever made, and has a much larger 5.8-inch display and a Quad 4K Ultra HD display.
It’s powered by Samsung’s latest Exynus 8890 chip with a 64-Bit ARM Cortex-A57 processor.
The new iPhone has a 3,000mAh battery and 64 GB of internal storage.iPhone 11 modelThe next iPhone, the iPhone 11, will have a larger 5-incher in its chassis, and will be powered by Apple’s new “Taptic Engine” processor.
This processor will be based on the same 64-Core Snapdragon 821 processor found on the iPhone 5s, but will be able to process higher-resolution graphics and faster graphics processing.
The processor is said to have 64KB of L1 cache and 256KB of LRAM, and 4x faster RAM than the iPhone 4S.iPhone 12 modelThe new Apple iPhone 12 will have the most advanced screen technology of any iPhone ever, with curved glass on the top of the phone.
This screen has an 8.7-inch AMOLD display, which has Full HD resolutions (1920×1080) and the ability for Full HD video recording, along the side with the 4K