iPhone 8, the phone that has been teasing us constantly and around which, rumours have been spreading like a wildfire is finally to be launched. The phone is expected to bring some ‘revolutionary’ and ‘innovative’ changes to the world of smartphones, according to sources. Most of the fans are already more than just excited to see the event unfold some amazing iPhone 8 features. The iPhone 8 specifications are still under wraps; we will get to see them in a few moments.

The phone’s expected features are:

iPhone 8 Design & Display
  • Form Factor: Bar
  • Design: 2.5D Curved Design with Bezel-less display
  • Water/Dust proofing: IP68 certified
  • Display: 5.1 inches OLED Display – 10 point multi-touch
  • Resolution: 1242 x 2800 pixels (~601 ppi pixel density)
  • Protection: Ion strengthened glass (similar to Gorilla Glass)
iPhone 8 Performance & Hardware
  • Processor: A11 Quad-Core Chipset based on 64-bit architecture
  • Memory: 3GB RAM | 64/256/512 GB Storage (Non-expandable)
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band
  • Bluetooth v4.2
  • NFC (For Apple Pay)
iPhone 8 Software
  • Operating System: iOS 11
  • Java Support: No
  • Assistant: Siri (with full language support for 32 languages)
  • Browsing: HTML 5 (Safari browser built-in)
iPhone 8 Camera

Rear:

  • 12 MP + 12 MP Dual Lens Camera with 28mm lens, PDAF, OIS, quad-LED (dual tone) flash

Front:

  • 7 MP, f/2.2 AF Camera with 32mm lens and face detectionm No flash

So far, these are the expected features of the iPhone 8. Let’s get into it deeper and see what is unveiled. The event will begin in some time. As we do a live coverage of the event, we’ll get to see which rumours actually turn out to be true and which ones don’t. Be whatever the case may, this being the 10th anniersary of the iPhone, the next generation of the iPhones is surely going to be a great performer and will definitely set new benchmark scores, that will be very difficult to beat.

We all know Apple codes their OS in a way different than that of Android phones. This style of coding gives the phones superior performance despite being low on memory and hardware. Imagine a phone that has hardware as good as any high-end Android device, coded with Apple’s unique OS; that’s our iPhone 8. Let’s see what’s in store for us.