The iPhone X Plus would have dual SIM, more resolution and would return the color gold -


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Tuesday, 27 February 2018

The iPhone X Plus would have dual SIM, more resolution and would return the color gold

This week's Mobile World Congress is being really hectic for everyone, even for followers of a certain brand that does not deign to appear in the largest mobile phone event in the world. And is that, although Apple is not present in this conference, the truth is that they do not need much , since it is still talking about their next phones even without them saying anything official or make a great presentation this week so important.

And in this case, the one that has begun to lean through the media is the possible successor of the iPhone X, a version that would not only increase its size, but also bring other changes to the new range of smartphones of the company, which could finish relieving the previous generation, which still maintains the original design of the front in some of its models, this coming September. And the truth is, it does not look bad for not having sold especially well with the iPhone X.

From Bloomberg confirm the reports that has been published by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, in which he shares with us some of the possible specifications of the future phone that, to start, would have a 6.5-inch screen with a resolution of 1242 × 2648 pixels. The lower model would have a panel that would reach 6.1 inches. In both cases they would have a stainless steel frame like the current iPhone X, although a golden color could be added.

On the other hand, there are also some details regarding new technologies that could be implemented in the phone, such as the eSIM, which until now has been more present in wearables and IoT devices. Since not all operators could support it, the company would be considering the possibility of introducing the dual SIM feature , so that it would be in the hands of users and operators to choose which is the most appropriate for each country.

And you, what functions would you ask for the next iPhone?

Via | MacRumors 

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