iPhone 8 Latest News: Latest Design Drawings Revealed 3D Sensors, Dimensions, Design & More
iPhone 8's design, dimension, as well as 3D sensors among other features were revealed. The information came from the alleged schematic diagram of the upcoming flagship device from Apple.
The recent release of competing for flagship devices from Samsung, LG, and HTC has forced the iPhone maker to produce a smartphone that will stand out from the rest. The Cupertino tech giant's strategy of releasing a flagship device with a 2-year interval has been ineffective as evidenced by the features sport by recently released competing smartphones.
Just today, a schematic diagram surfaced online claiming to be that of iPhone 8. The schematics revealed essential details for the upcoming device from the iPhone maker. As illustrated, the device will have a dimension of 137.5 x 76.5 x 4mm. The screen size would be 5.8-inches just a little bit bigger than the iPhone 7 Plus, according to Mac Rumors.
Apart from those, it was also revealed that the upcoming iPhone 8 would have 3D sensors. The render showed the exact spot these purported sensors are located. Another interesting observation derived from the diagram is the heading Sensor Group located at the right side of the second image's topmost part. The other sensor is an obvious camera sensor while the second sensor is what intrigue those who have seen the diagram, says Wccftech,
Aside from the sensors and dimension, the schematic diagram also revealed that the upcoming device would have a 2.5D display. According to a report from Phone Arena, this will angle around 2.6mm to each side of the iPhone 8. Another interesting observation is that there is no outright indication of a visible bezel from previous leaks and with today's render.
The recent schematic diagram reportedly for iPhone 8 if accurate proves many things. One is that the upcoming device will be a bezel-free smartphone with new sensors. Along with other impressive features, it is no surprise that the Cupertino-based tech giant will give us a price far more than what we all expected.