At a recent event, Apple announced the launching of the latest iPhone 11, along with iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The iPhone which is now on pre-order will be officially launched on September 20 with iOS 13 operating system and a 6.10 inches display. According to what we have gathered so far, the latest iPhone 11 will be coming at a low price tag than the iPhone XR in Nigeria.
The phone comes with a better camera with low-light mode enhancement and other interesting features that looks appealing. Some may argue that the latest iPhone 11 camera arrangement is off; but with the low price on the device, interests aroused and many people would want to take hold of the new iPhone. Before you think of buying, check out the full specifications of this latest device and the price in Nigeria.
The new iPhone 11 is beautifully crafted with premium materials to hold its value longer- just like other iPhones. At the top-left back panel, you have a dual-camera setup with the premium Apple logo seated on the center space. The device is armed with strong front glass and back glass that can withstand minor falls. Not just that, iPhone 11 is designed to resist water for up to 30 minutes — double the depth of iPhone XR. The new phone comes in six color options to choose from, which includes Yellow, Red, Purple, Green, Black, and White.
In terms of display, iPhone 11 features a 6.10-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 828 x 1792 pixels and a pixel density of 326 pixels per inch (ppi). The screen is big enough for you to enjoy the best of media contents.
Camera and Battery
As far as camera is concerned, the latest iPhone 11 packs 12MP main camera with an f/1.8 aperture and another 12MP camera with an f/2.4 aperture on the rear. The front is iced with a 12MP camera which has an f/2.2 aperture for clean selfies.
In terms of battery life, the iPhone 11 offers a decent battery life that can take you up to a day on fair usage. Although, Apple did not announce the real battery capacity, but rumors from a confirmed source claim that the iPhone’s battery life is better than what we have on iPhone XR with 18W fast charge technology. Even with the real battery capacity not clearly stated (though some sources quoted 3110mAh), we also learned that iPhone 11 charges wirelessly, which is the latest trend now.
Hardware and Software
iPhone 11 is powered by the iOS 13 Bionic processor along with 4GB RAM and 64GB non-expandable internal storage. Both iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro enjoy the same chip which is the fastest chip you can think of at this moment in any smartphone. The A13 Bionic chip works in the most power‑efficient way possible, so your battery lasts longer. In fact, A13 Bionic is so advanced, it’s years ahead of the pack.
For most iPhones released, the price tag on them, most times is enough to give someone a sleepless night. But with this latest iPhone 11, we finally have an iPhone for everyone. According to the price quoted by the brand on the official website, the iPhone 11 price starts from $399 with trade-in, which is approximately N145,700 in Nigeria. Although the smartphone is yet to be released in the market, we expect the market price to way above what we just quoted here, depending on your location.