- 5.8-inch bezel-less display
- 3GB RAM is lower than Galaxy S8’s 4GB RAM
- The battery capacity is of 2716mAh
We all know that the iPhone X is the most powerful and overpriced smartphone ever. But now, thanks to Chinese official communication certification board, we know exact specs of the device that the company did not reveal at the time onaunch.
Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology’s Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center (TENAA) listed the specification of the iPhone X which were first spotted by OnLeaks (Steve Hemmerstoffer).
— Steve H. (@OnLeaks) September 26, 2017
The listings reveal that the device features 3GB of RAM and a battery capacity of 2716 milliamp-hour battery. It may be noted that the battery capacity of iPhone 8 is believed to be 1821mAh and iPhone 8 Plus is expected to be 2675mAh.
— Steve H. (@OnLeaks) September 14, 2017
The battery capacity seems pretty good but it is also anticipated that it is the regional variant of the iPhone X. However, assuming that the battery capacity of the device remains the same around the globe, it is not that huge for a 5.8-inch phone. If we look at Samsung Galaxy S8 that houses a 3000mAh battery, it is said to be far from huge.
It is still said to bigger than that of iPhone 8 that houses 2691mAh, but iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus still remain ahead of all with 2915mAh and 2900mAh battery.
The listing also reveals that Apple’s A11 Bionic processor is clocked at 2.4GHz that is, as mentioned earlier coupled with 3GB of RAM, two details that are said to be same for iPhone 8 Plus as well.
The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus scored maximum points in camera test by DxOMark Camera ranking. The iPhone X is expected to score more than iPhone 8 and 8 Plus in the same test. The smartphone will go on pre-bookings from October 27 and will be made available in stores on November 3.
Notably, the 64GB variant of the device is priced at Rs 89,000 while the 256GB variant has been priced at Rs 1,02,000. There are rumours that suggest that the device will be short supply until early 2018.