According to analysts Thomas O’Malley, Jerry Zhag, Blayne Curtis and Christopher Hemmelgarn of Barclays Research, Apple will launch an iPhone with a 5-inch screen and a 5.8-inch screen with curved and bevelled design next year. Analysts cite as a source what they have seen in the supply chain after a trip to Asia and ensure that the borderless design will allow the new iPhone to be the same size as the models 4.7 and 5.5 inches we have today.
The analysts report, which has been published by MacRumors, says that the OLED display will only be present in the 5.8-inch model, which would be a (another) cold water jug for users who prefer a slightly less large device . OLED displays can offer more vivid colors and consume less energy, especially when using an interface where black is the dominant color.
Barclays Research: “Two iPhone with larger screen and the same size as the current”
iPhone 8 design didn’t sound 100 percent locked down, but we believe the move is to a bezel-less design with screen sizes getting larger and curved edges in the original envelope. The iPhone 8 moves to five inches (from 4.7 inches) and the iPhone 8 Plus moves to 5.8 inches from 5.5 inches.
Ming-Chi Kuo, the world’s best-known analyst Apple, also said Cupertino’s would release an iPhone with a 5.8-inch OLED screen and mostly glass housing. If these rumors are right, the iPhone 8 Plus or whatever it is called the largest iPhone in 2017 will have on display the main attraction with respect to his younger brother. We recall that on the iPhone 6 and 6s, the feature that made the iPhone Plus superior was the OIS, while on the iPhone 7 is the dual camera.
The question is bound, although I await the answer: what do you think Apple launched only the iPhone 8 Plus OLED screen?