The biggest claim to the iPhone 8, will not be the in-display fingerprint sensor


One leak reports are coming out after one on the iPhone 8 and now the analyst Ming-G, the well-known KGI Securities, has come up with new reports about the coming iPhone 8. Ming-j claims that the upcoming iPhone 8 will come with true-tone OLED and its screen-to-body ratio will be much more than any other smartphone available in the market. At the same time, it is possible that the iPhone’s Signature Round Surf Haptic Button does not appear in the incoming iPhone. However, it has not been clarified that in which part of the company the device is going to be replaced by its place. Apart from this, Ming-j claims that in the iPhone 8, the company will not give in-display fingerprint sensor.


Speaking of the design, KGI claims that the iPhone 8 will have a Bezal-Lace design, which will be ‘noch’ upwards. The front camera can be given only on this nostril. IPhone 8 will come with a 5.8-inch screen and its body size will be as much as the iPhone 7, but the iPhone 7 has a 4.7-inch display.

Suspense remains intact on whether or not the Apple In-Screen Fingerprint sensor technology will be provided in the iPhone 8. According to the recent report, the shipping of Qualcomm’s in-screen fingerprint technology may be delayed. Thus, Apple Touch ID sensor technology will not be available in the iPhone 8

3D Face Scanning
Apart from this, news is that the display-embedded fingerprint sensor technology can launch Apple 3D face scanning feature in view of the delay and hassle. Which means that in addition to the fingerprint sensor, the company can offer to unlock the phone through Face Scan. Samsung has launched the same feature as the Iris Scanner with the Galaxy S8. The user can unlock the device with the help of Iris.

Although the iPhone 8 will have to wait for the launch to know what the company will bring, but it is certain that the incoming iPhone will be very important for the company and the news is that it will be the most expensive iPhone so far.

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