The next-gen iPhone should keep the same screen size as the versions of the previous year, namely 4.7 and 5.5 inches. This succeeds rather well to the manufacturer, announcing ever more mirobolantes smartphone sales each quarter. However, Apple could push fires on defining future slabs, reports Feng, the Chinese website.
The iPhone 6s (4.7 inches) could move from a definition of 1334 x 750 à 1920 x 1080 (1080p or Full HD), while the iPhone More 6s pass him 1080p 2K or 1 2560 x 440. The rumor is a bit hard to believe, the slabs of iPhone 6 is already Retina HD (326 pixels per inch for the first, 401 dpi for the second) and particularly efficient.
More likely, the site also announces the appearance of Force Touch for future two models (read: iOS 9 would make a nice place Force Touch) and a more solid design to permanently solve the “problem” of bendgate. More interestingly, the entry-level model for each “collection” would be equipped with 32 GB of storage.
One of the great successes of the six generation iPhone is the Plus model, which quickly became the face of Galaxy Note smartphones and other large format competition. Samsung has felt the wind of the ball and could launch a version of its Galaxy Edge S6 rather successful with a larger screen.
There are whispers and the Korean automaker reportedly plans to launch a Galaxy S6 Plus, equipped with a screen of 5.4 inches or 5.5 spilling over the edges. The announcement is expected in the coming weeks, in any case before the next generation of Galaxy Note (5.6 inches) in September during IFA … that it should also include an Edge model.