Apple iPhone X Starts Retailing in India From Today: Details

Finally, the wait is over. The Apple iPhone X will start selling in India starting today. It will be made available starting 6 PM from both online and offline outlets. The new devices are some of the costliest devices to be launched in India. While the iPhone X will come for Rs 89,000 (for the 64GB variant), the 256GB variant will come for a whopping Rs 1,02,000. The Apple iPhone X is the 10th-anniversary edition of the iPhone.

It was earlier set to be unveiled previously.

Some of the online retailers include Amazon and Flipkart while the offline retailers will include Brightstar Telecommunication India, Redington, as well as Tata Croma and Reliance Digital. The Apple device is also one of the finest devices to have been launched in recent memory. The iPhone X has a bezel-less display and boasts of a 5.8-inch Super Retina Display. This is the first Apple device that has an OLED screen. Also onboard is a display resolution of 2436 x 1125 pixels while the pixel density is 458ppi. The latest and the most expensive iPhone has a glass back and has a stainless steel frame to further improve the durability of the device. Also, this new device will support HDR 10.

Apple iPhone X
The all-new Apple iPhone X

Besides, this is the first iPhone to have dual rear cameras. The new iPhone X has the all-new TrueDepth Camera, which aids in the function of the FaceID feature. The iPhone X has the latest A11 Bionic chip that is essentially a neural engine, which, Apple claims, accurately helps to improve the machine learning algorithm. The neural engine also has a dual-core processor.

We do not know how many Apple iPhone X models will be shipped. Already. there have been reports that the company may ship lesser numbers of the devices. This is possibly due to a shortage in the supplies of the OLED panels.

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