iPhone X Plus & iPhone X to get 4GB RAM & bigger battery

Iphone X front

Earlier it was predicted that Apple has reduced iPhone X manufacturing orders due to its weakening demand. It is said that the original iPhone X will be discontinued later this year. The company is expected to launch three iPhones at the end of 2018. Here we have detailed information about the phone as KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has revealed:

Kuo says that this year iPhone will bring all new iPhone X, iPhone X Plus and lower-priced iPhone variant having 6.1-inch LCD display. It is predicted that the all-new 6.1-inch iPhone will be assembled by multiple Taiwanese manufacturers that include Pegatron, Foxconn and Wistron. It is rumoured that Apple will use Japan Display’s Full Active LCDs for its phones which only require ultra-slim 0.5mm bezels on all four sides.

Source says that the 6.1-inch device will come with a full-screen design with a notch for True Depth sensors, 3D sensing for Face ID and Animoji. The smartphone will also get a rectangular-shaped one-cell battery with 2,850-2,950mAh capacity which is much larger than the current iPhone X has.

The most talked about specifications of the upcoming variants is an increased 4GB RAM. For iPhone X Plus, it would also get 25% extra battery capacity. The new iPhone X LCD model is expected to be priced around $700 and $800 in the United States.