New iPhone 8 leaked design gives good looks, shows off bezel free design

If Apple is going for an all screen lookup front for the iPhone 8, what will it look like. Users are already curious for iPhone 8 design as usual. The latest leak provide a pretty good picture of what users expect.

New iPhone 8 leaked design gives good looks, shows off bezel free design

Apple iPhone 8 is expected to come with feature of bezel less design with an OLED display and a notch housing the front camera and other sensors. The device could be announce to launch next month alongside the iterative iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus.

Noted leaker Evan blass has shared a render shows that iPhone 8 with an edge to edge OLED screen, which is supposed to measure 5.8 inch across. The handset enclosed in a case made by Urban Armor Gear shows the front dominated by the display and a top notch housing the front camera and other sensors. 

The OLED iPhone 8 is also likely to ditch the physical Touch ID button in favour of facial recognition using iris scanning system combined with additional 3D depth sensing technology. The design is similar to the one revealed by HomePod's leaked firmware and further, indicates that this will be the most revolutionary iPhone yet in terms of design.

The device will also have a huge focus on augmented reality applications built using ARKit and Apple is said to implement a vertical dual camera setup for enabling AR applications. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi believes that the iPhone 8 will sport a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED display from Samsung with a functional area at the top that will act as a window for notification and quick access to apps. The handset is will be powered by the company's updated A11 chipset based on a new 10nm FinFET architecture. 

According to Morgan Stanley, the iPhone 8 will be announced in September, but won't be available until the end of October or early November. The Apple Iphone 8 with its near bezel-free design and OLED display could revolutionary impact on retail stores at around $1,200 (Rs 76,500), making it the most expensive iPhone yet.

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