Coming after several rumors surfaced online regarding the much expected 2017 flagship device from Apple, the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, the tech company has finally pulled back the covers on the device.
Prior to its official unveiling, the iPhone X was spotted on benchmarking website sporting some unsurprising features and specifications under the hood.
Ahead of the official launch of the premium device, the iPhone X was according to the benchmarking information expected to come into the market with 3GB of RAM, same as on the iPhone 8 Plus while the iPhone 8 has been said to be coming with the baseline 2GB RAM.
The iPhone X will also come powered by the A11 chipset and come packing 6 core processors.
The iPhone X will run on the iOS 11 and come packing the same display resolution as in the iPhone 7 pegged at 750 x 1334 pixels.
The Apple iPhone X is expected to also come with some improvements over the previously released devices.