The iPhone 8 Plus is a flagship device no doubt from the stables of top American tech giant Apple. It was released and made available in September of 2017. Just like its predecessor the iPhone 8, its made of a glass front and back with a metal frame around it. In terms of display, it has a big 5.5 inch LED-backlit IPS LCD, capacitive touchscreen, with 16M colors. The iPhone 8 Plus also has a 67.4% screen-to-body ratio and a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels as well as a 16:9 aspect ratio (~401 ppi density).
Apple says the device is dust and water resistant just like the iPhone 8 and can be submerged for i meters for 30 minutes. I wouldn’t advise you try that though. In the software department, it runs on iOS 11 right out of the box but is upgradable to iOS 11.3. Fueling this flagship is an Apple A11 Bionic chipset and a Hexa-core CPU as well as a Apple GPU (three-core graphics).
iPhone 8 Plus.
However, looking at the storage department, the device actually comes in two versions. The 3GB/64GB version and the 3GB/256GB version. Both versions does not have any external SD card slot just like other Apple products. The main camera is a horizontally aligned dual rear setup with 12MP+12MP sensors. Other features of the main cameras include quad-LED dual-tone flash, phase detection autofocus and 2x optical zoom.
The secondary camera is a 7MP camera with face detection and HDR capabilities. It supports Bluetooth 5.0 and just like other models of iPhone, it has no 3.5mm headphone jack. Other features of this smartphone includes but not limited to the Fingerprint scanner (front-mounted), HTML 5 Safari browser, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer, iCloud service, Qi wireless charging, fast charging and many more.
However, in the battery department, powering this beast is a non-removeable Li-Ion 2691 mAh battery with fast charge technology. It can charge from0-50% in just 30 minutes. It comes in four color variations such as the Gold, Space Gray, Silver and Red. The device costs about 810 Euros.