Apple will launch at least three iPhones in late 2018, and one of them is expected to be iPhone X Plus (or XS Plus or whatever Apple decides to name the new models). While MWC 2018 is kicking off, a new photo surfaced on a Chinese Mac forum shows the alleged iPhone X Plus’ display manufactured by LG. According to rumors, this photo has been shot out of an LG OLED factory located in Vietnam. This photo confirms the previous leaks which were suggesting that this handset would come with an OLED display and a notch just like its predecessor.
But, unlike the new device, the original X sports a display manufactured by Samsung, and not by LG. The notch that you can see in the alleged iPhone X Plus display will house the front camera, an earpiece, and a TrueDepth sensor for Face ID. The display that you can see in the photo may belong to the most powerful iPhone to be launched by Apple this year. According to the famous analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI Securities, the displays of the upcoming iPhones will have sizes of 5.8 inches, 6.1 inches, and 6.5 inches. While in the actual generation, the 5.8-inch display size is the biggest one, in the next one it will be the smallest one.
Do you like the bezel-less iPhone X or you prefer the classic 16:9 iPhone 8?
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