Apple’s recently launched devices including iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X do not possess the essential supporting apparatus which let Android smartphones enable to utilize superfast wireless network technology being manufactured, developed and supplied by Internet service providers.
The above-mentioned Apple’s devices cannot run high speed under the supervision of the superfast network knows as Gigabit LTE meanwhile many premium Android device houses which let them tap into the super high speeds, CNET stated last Saturday.
Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy Note 8, LG V30 and HTC U11 are the Android devices that own the capacity to approach the theoretical speed of 1 gigabit per second, the highest speed offered by the internet service providers which is fast enough to download a two-hour movie in just 15 seconds fastly.
Apple’s new devices iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus pre-orders began in India on September 22, 2017. Both smartphones will be going on sale starting on September 29. Apple iPhone 8 costs Rs.64,000-/ for the 64GB variant, while the 256GB costs PKR Rs.77,000-/.While On the other hand, the 64GB iPhone 8 Plus comes with a price of PKR Rs.73,000-/ and the 256GB variant will cost Rs 86,000-/.
Apple iPhone 8 has a 4.7-inches Retina screen, while the another bigger variant comes with 5.5-inches Retina display screen. The smartphones power on the company’s latest 10nm A11 Bionic chipset along with the 6-core processor.
The duo comes with improved camera software program as well that permits users to click their better portrait shots. The iPhone 8 presented with a single 12MP camera on the rear meanwhile the iPhone 8 Plus supports dual 12MP cameras on the rear.
The iPhone 8 Plus launched with a new dual-camera exciting feature called “Portrait Lighting”. The feature provides depth in the image and maintains the lighting on the face of the subject accordingly.
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