Apple iPhone 8, 8 Plus Rated As Best Camera Smartphones by DxOMark; Tear Down Reveals 2GB RAM on the iPhone 8
The Apple iPhone 8 buzz is hitting everybody now with the products shipping to customers in several international markets, and they’re now revealing various details about the smartphones.
Also, the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are the most unpopular iPhones ever with no queues in front of the Apple stores in several countries.
There are few more details about the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus came out yesterday, including the DxOMark scores for the cameras, and a teardown revealed more internal details of both the smartphones. Check out new details about the Apple iPhone 8 and 8 Plus surrounding the web.
Apple iPhone 8 and 8 Plus Have Best Cameras in Any Smartphone- DXOMARK
Like every year, DxOMark, the credible source which tests the camera performance in a smartphone and scales out a score out of 100 has rated the Apple iPhone 8 Plus’ camera as the best in any smartphone.
The organisation gave iPhone 8 Plus a score of 94, highest for any smartphone, and the iPhone 8 settled down with a score of 92, second highest in the list.
DxOMark also noted that the “Images captured outdoors with the iPhone 8 Plus are generally stunning, with excellent detail preservation, accurate colour, and impressive dynamic range.
The iPhone 8 Plus builds on the excellent performance of the iPhone 7 family with even better results in bright light. In particular, it has improved exposure calculation, and excellent ability to capture HDR (High Dynamic Range) scenes.”
When compared with iPhone 7 series, the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus do a better job of capturing HDR scenes. In addition, DxOMark also praised Apple for tweaking the performance of cameras in both the smartphones.
Also, the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus beat the HTC U11 and Google Pixels in terms of the overall score, and we’re already excited to see the cameras in the upcoming Pixel 2 lineup of smartphones.
Apple iPhone 8 Teardown Reveals More Internal Details of the Smartphone
iFixit, who is famous for tearing down Apple iPhones in the past has done the same this year as well. The hardware company managed to sneak into the latest Apple iPhone 8 and revealed internal details about the iPhone 8.
Apple never reveals details about the hardware used on its smartphones, never ever by any chance. And its iFixit who reveals details about the hardware of the iPhones every year.
At the launch event of the iPhone 8, the Cupertino based company confirmed that the iPhone 8 features a smaller battery than the iPhone 7. iFixit also revealed the same. The iPhone 8 has a 3.82 V, 1821mAh battery inside it, which is smaller than the iPhone 7’s 1960mAh battery.
Besides the smaller battery, iFixit also revealed details about the LTE modem used in the smartphone and even the RAM capacity. Like last year’s iPhone 7.
The iPhone 8 also features just 2GB of RAM but paired with Apple A11 Bionic chipset, 2GB RAM would be more than enough.
The Apple iPhone 8 has a Qualcomm MDM9656 Snapdragon X16 LTE modem for LTE speeds.
Also, iFixit found out details about the internal storage module. Apple has used a Toshiba TSBL227VC3759 64GB NAND flash storage, Qualcomm WTR5975 Gigabit LTE RF transceiver and PMD9655 PMIC, and its own Apple’s WiFi/Bluetooth/FM radio module in the smartphone.
Furthermore, iFixit confirmed that the iPhone 8 is an IP67 certified device.
The wireless charging technology implemented by Apple uses the oscillating magnetic field to generate an alternating current, which further converts into direct charge and charges the smartphone.
iFixit also confirmed that it will be tearing down the latest iPhone 8 Plus, and Apple Watch 3 series as well in coming days.