‘IPhone X Plus’ – The Massive Smartphone In Making


‘IPhone X Plus’ is one of the two much awaited large new iPhones in 2018. This new device is expected to be much more budget-friendly. The big screen 6.1-inch ‘iPhone X SE’ is planned to be released alongside the second generation iPhone X Plus and iPhone X. However, the users will have to wait a little more before the device is launched into the market. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) does trial production runs prior to mass production, and as per the latest update, this trial has happened in November 2017.

The details

If we go by the latest report, Apple’s new ‘iPhone X Plus’ is expected to be massive. MacRumors has attained pictures from a trial run of production equipment that happened in mid-November. Clearly on one glance, the size appears far larger than the previous iPhone X model. This validates acclaimed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo statements who has repeatedly claimed that the ‘iPhone X Plus’ will boast a 6.5-inch display, attracting new group of customers. The big screen will also provide an edge to the company over its competitors’ products.

MacRumors noted that the part numbers and flex cable seen in the photos matches those formats that are typically used by Apple. The rear design of the new phone is also similar but not identical to the display assembly of iPhone X.

Reliable Apple analyst KGI has repeatedly predicted that Apple can go ahead and launch three new iPhones in this year. One is reported to be an updated version of latest iPhone X, while another is expected to be the above-mentioned 6.5-inch model. Furthermore, the firm is reported to bring a 6.1-inch budget iPhone in this year.

Moreover, it has been said that LG will mark as an OLED supplier for company in 2018, which validates that these pictures came from an LG plant in Vietnam.


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