Apple’s flagship iPhone X is expected to go on sale on November 10 while pre-orders opened on October 27 with the tech giant revealing that customer’s demands were off the charts. The full-screen model also saw a surge in its pre-orders in China and is expected to be a sell-out when the sales own on November 3. Ahead of that, we bring you a couple of hands-on photos of the iPhone X fresh out of the box right from China courtesy of Sina Technologies. This may not be the first hands-on we’ll be seeing of the 10th Anniversary iPhone butthe device is always a beauty to behold.
The device features a unique design never before seen on an Apple iPhone since its inception. The iPhone X has a body made of glass and metal as was first seen on iPhone 4 from 2010. The glass is reinforced with internal and copper structure which makes it the strongest glass ever used on a smartphone. The uniqueness lies in the display where the device packs a full-screen display almost devoid of bezels. For the first time, Apple used a 5.8-inch OLED screen on the iPhone with an 1125 x 2436p resolution and that is perhaps the ultimate selling point of the device, the display. The iPhone X also comes with an IP68 certification which makes it water and dust resistant. It comes in two colours, Silver and Space Gray.
The packaging box for the iPhone X has the front view of the device printed on it, perhaps to protect the display which is its major selling point. Inside the box, you’ll find the phone, a power adapter, a lightning to USB cable, a SIM tray ejector, user manual and a pair of Apple AirPods. You should check out more photos from below.