iPhone X Plus To Feature Own Stylus Similar to Galaxy Note 9? Price, Specs Detailed
This coming fall, the iPhone X Plus might copy the signature feature of the Galaxy Note 9 from the South Korean-based smartphone maker Samsung even though the tech giant Apple is still doing everything they can in their own way. Once it arrives, the device will be the first model to support the iPen, which is similar to the Galaxy Note 9’s stylus S Pen.
According to BGR, a Rosenblatt research note was recently posted with some details of the purported features of the upcoming 2018 iPhone X series. The first model dubbed as “Jaguar” will have a 6.1-inch LCD display, the second version dubbed as “Porsche” will possess a 5.8-inch OLED screen, and the third phone dubbed as “Rolls-Royce” will boast a 6.5-inch OLED display making it the Plus moniker.
The Apple iPen for the iPhone X Plus is also the same as the Apple Pencil made for the iPad but might be purchased separately since the company will not be including it in the box. The accessory is unlike the S Pen of the Galaxy Note 9, which is housed inside the phone. However, if it will likely happen, the iPhone X Plus will still be a big rival of its own this year since it is complete with stylus support.
In terms of specifications, the iPhone X Plus is rumored to get improved 3D sensors to help lessen battery consumption and make possible new application features. Even if the current iPhone X models are already rated IP67 making it immersive up to 1 meter, Apple is still pushing their models to test the depth to 10 meters for up to 30 minutes.
On the contrary, at the price of $950, the Galaxy Note 9 will feature a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 2960 pixel by 1440 pixel. It will come running a Snapdragon 844/845 SoC processor paired with 6GB RAM, 64GB or 265GB internal memory, and the built-in microSD card slot. The iPhone X Plus will run an Apple A11 Bionic with 6GB RAM and 64GB or 128GB storage at the price tag of $1,100.
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