2019 iPhone XR Will Have Dual Rear Cameras Reveal Renders
Apple is likely to launch three iPhone models in the month of September this year. The upcoming devices will succeed the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR from 2018. While the details of the flagship grade iPhone XI and iPhone XI Max were previously leaked online. There was limited information about the affordable iPhone which will replace the iPhone XR. Now, renders of the 2019 iPhone XR (not the official name) have been shared by renowned leakster OnLeaks.
The renders of the 2019 iPhone XR shared by the source are sufficiently detailed to exhibit what the upcoming smartphone will look like from all angles. Like the original handset, the upcoming device has a large screen display that has minimal bezel on all sides. Like its predecessor, the updated device has a wide notch above the display that houses the earpiece and front facing selfie camera.
The rear layout of the 2019 iPhone XR is also identical to the original device. Distinctively, the updated smartphone will have a dual rear camera setup instead of a single camera on the 2018 variant. Similar to the iPhone XI & iPhone XI Max renders, the affordable 2019 iPhone has a square camera module which slightly protrudes from the back panel. Furthermore, like the flagship devices, the glass on top of the rear camera module is likely to be transparent. The placement of ports, grilles and switches also remain unchanged from the 2018 iPhone XR.
2019 iPhone XR Features
Reportedly, the 2019 iPhone XR will be sport a 6.1 inch Liquid Retina display which is the same as the original device. Like its elder siblings, the device will feature a 7 nm based chipset which according to the chronological order will be named A13 Bionic. Noteworthy, the smartphone is expected to have an improved selfie camera that has a resolution of 12 MP. Notably, the company is reported to ship the 2019 iPhone models with an 18 W fast charger. Like the original iPhone XR, the upcoming device will be available in a variety of vibrant colours.
Conclusively, to verify the renders and leaks, we will have to wait patiently as the launch of the 2019 iPhone models is still distant.