iPhone 7 Plus is the way to go if one wishes to get their hands on the latest iPhone launch from Apple. The gadget is rumored of being endowed with dual lens “i-Sight” Camera and 3GB RAM for advanced image processing capability.
While the initial reports of iPhone 7 specs were less than exciting, it’s time to look past it to the more elevated version of iPhone 7 – the iPhone 7 Plus. Ming-Chi Kuo, the tech analyst has mentioned in a recent report that Apple is all geared up to include features such as a dual-lens rear camera with i-Sight technology and an impressive 3GB RAM in its latest iPhone 7 Plus. Only this time, it won’t be called a “Plus” but a “Pro.”
According to a note to investor, of which copy was exclusively seen by AppleInsider, the iPhone 7 Plus multiple lens support will have high definition picture quality akin to a DSLR along with LinX Imaging technology, something that Apple acquired back in 2015.
However, one serious drawback, as per Kuo’s report, might be the fact that the new design of the camera might hinder its optical zooming strength, making it slightly limited.
Some of the latest design leaks suggest that the rear end of the phone will have an oval-shaped slot for the position of dual cameras, in the 5.5-inch model, while the smaller iPhone 7 with 4.7-inch screen will have a more circular opening for a single lens camera.
According to BGR, the iPhone 7 Plus or Pro will have 3GB RAM, which, one would guess, was an essential addition, to meet the advanced requirements of the dual camera feature.
iPhone 7, however, is going to stick with 2GB RAM, in keeping with the rumors that its design is being cloned after iPhone 6 and 6s.
In his report, Kuo stated: “Dual-camera to become a must-have feature for high-end smartphone. The initial market response to Huawei’s (CN) new flagship dual-camera model, P9, has been better than expected, and we estimate shipments may reach 10mn units in 2016F.”
“In our view, more high-end smartphones will adopt this feature going forward. And, in order to maintain its leading position in the high-end market, we expect Apple will fully adopt dual-camera on the new 5.5-inch iPhone in 2H16,” the analyst added.
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