iPhone 8 is a magnificently featured smartphone available at a price of Rs.92,500 in Pakistan. The smartphone attributes 4.7 inch screen, 12 MP back and 7 MP front camera. It comes with iOS 11 which is upgradable to iOS 11.2.5 and runs on hexa-core processor. This smartphone has 2GB RAM and 64/256GB in-built memory. It is powered by 1821 mAh battery.If you are interested in this phone, check out the iPhone 11 Pro Max Price in Pakistan and Specs.
iPhone 8 showcases all-new glass design, the smartest chipset and an amazing augmented reality experience that has never been experienced before. iPhone 8 is considered as a new generation of iPhone.
The iPhone 8 is almost a look-alike of iPhone 7. It is the typical phone with rounded corners and curved edges. But instead of aluminium, the back is made from glass panel giving the same look as that of the front. Designed with Corning, the glass is much handy than the aluminium. Between the glass panels houses the 7000-series aluminium rim, which is the home to the volume rocker, lock switch, and antennas.
The display on iPhone 8 does not whip up much excitement. It features a 4.7 inches screen with hardly over 720 pixels resolution. However, Apple has brought a few changes to make it a noticeable difference in use. The major change is the True Tone, which is an excellent feature that dynamically alters the display’s white balance depending upon the environment you are in. The company has also brought the Dolby Vision and HDR10 formats in iPhone 10, which let you to play back HDR movies from iTunes and supported content from Netflix.
The iPhone 8 features 12 megapixels of rear camera with advanced image signal processing and 7 megapixels of selfie shooter. It is powered by A11 Bionic, which is the most powerful and fastest chip ever used in a smartphone. iPhone 8 also supports the augmented reality experiences in the games and applications.
iPhone 8 is a decent phone, offering an alternative for those who are satisfied with the large bezels and comparatively small screen. But the same design tradition followed by every iPhone is hard to overlook.