Top Chinese carrier China Mobile teases dual-SIM iPhones in poster

Top Chinese carrier China Mobile teases dual-SIM iPhones in poster

Top Chinese carrier China Mobile teases dual-SIM iPhones in poster

The iPhone XS will be a new and improved version of the iPhone X sporting the same 5.8-inch OLED screen but with improved cameras and a much faster processor. China Telecom's promotional poster shows an iPhone render with an iPhone X display notch and an ejected dual SIM card tray.

Although these images have been treated with scepticism, many similar leaks have been proved accurate in the past. The price of these three iPhones has also been revealed in Leaks.

However, it will be the first ever Apple iPhone to come with dual SIM dual standby support.

It is also expected that the Dual-SIM variant of the iPhone will be China Exclusive and there is no information whether the Dual-SIM variant will be available in the other global market or not.

Apple will be launching the new 2018 iPhone tomorrow, yes, we are only a day from the biggest Apple event of this year.

The rumour-mill has said the names for these smartphones could be the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Plus or Max, and the iPhone XC.

He also rightly states that the focus of Apple's Gather Around event will be the iPhone; it's the time of year the lineup receives an upgrade after all.

Some earlier reports had suggested that Apple would call the more affordable model the iPhone Xc, since it follows Apple's traditional naming mechanism set with the iPhone 5c launched in 2013. What's even more interesting is the fact that Apple could be taking away its 3D Touch technology on the 6.1-inch iPhone Xr, potentially replacing it with a completely software-based solution.

The 5.8-inch iPhone XS is expected to be priced around $999 (Rs 72,500 approx) whereas the top-end model iPhone XS Max with 6.5-inch display will cost around $1,049 (Rs 76,000 approximately). "While the three iPhones will have nearly non-existent bezels like the iPhone X, the 6.1-inch iPhone's bezels may be slightly thicker due to the LCD display instead of the OLED display".

The dual SIM feature will be backed up by a capable modem that supports 4G connectivity which cobers China Telecom's various network types.

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