Apple‘s most expensive iPhone X, priced at Rs 89,000, is all set to mark its debut in India on November 3. However, customers can pre-order the device starting October 27. While we are a couple of days away from the pre-order dates, the smartphone is already listed on e-commerce sites like Flipkart and Amazon India.
Apple’s anniversary edition iPhone X will be available in two variants – 64GB and 256GB priced at Rs 89,000, and Rs 102,000 respectively. Flipkart is offering a no-cost EMI starting Rs 9,889 per month, while standard EMIs start from Rs 3,042 per month. Additionally, if the purchase is made using an Axis Bank Buzz Credit Card, then you can further avail five percent discount. Apart from Flipkart, the iPhone X is also listed on Amazon India’s mobile app. While the app doesn’t really reveal much in terms of offers, it does have a ‘Notify Me’ option where users can enter their email ID and get notified once the pre-order for the smartphone goes live.
Apple iPhone X is the biggest-ever overhaul to the iPhone lineup yet. Apple claims that the iPhone X has the sharpest display ever on an iPhone. Apple has now opted for an edge-to-edge OLED screen with Super Retina Display and more than 2 million pixels. With the home button/Touch ID sensor gone, Apple has now introduced a new biometric authentication feature – Face ID. As the name suggests, this feature scans your face to unlock the iPhone. ALSO READ: iPhone X: What I saw in Apple’s most expensive iPhone ever, reminded me of BlackBerry 10
The iPhone X’s camera has a dual-lens 12-megapixel rear camera with dual optical image stabilization, consisting up of a wide-angle f/1.8 aperture lens, and a telephoto f/2.4 aperture lens. The 7-megapixel front camera supports Portrait mode and has auto image stabilization and exposure control. The phone run on iOS 11 out-of-the-box. The smartphone features a 5.8-inch OLED display bearing a resolution of 2436×1125 pixels. It is powered by an Apple A11 Bionic processor paired with 3GB of RAM. DON’T MISS: Apple iPhone 8 Plus review: The best. Period.
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