iPhones In 2020 To Arrive With 5G And A Smaller 5.4 Inch Variant

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iPhones In 2020 To Arrive With 5G And A Smaller 5.4 Inch Variant

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American technology giant Apple is expected to launch three new iPhones later this year. These devices will be the upgraded variants of last years iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. While the launch of the handsets is still a few months away, information about their successor has started surfacing online. According to the noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will launch the first 5G iPhone in 2020.

iPhones in 2020
Apple iPhone 2020

iPhone XR

Ming-Chi Kuo released a report discussing the iPhone lineup of the year 2020. As was expected from Apple, he claims that the company will introduce new smartphones capable of supporting 5G; the next generation of mobile networks. In a total launch of three smartphones, all of them will feature an OLED display and have a display size of 6.7 inch, 5.4 inch and 6.1 inch respectively. While the former two are the successors to the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, the latter is the 2020 counterpart of the iPhone XR; which currently sports an LCD display. Out of all the three new devices, only the two more premium will support 5G networks, with the iPhone XR successor for 2020 featuring LTE connectivity.

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iPhone XS Max

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The change in display sizes and configurations in the 2020 lineup of iPhones are expected to provide a significant upgrade to the consumers. For fans of a smaller iPhone, the 5.4 inch OLED 5G variant seems to be the perfect option. On the other hand, the bigger screen on the 6.7 inch OLED 5G supporting iPhone; in 2020 means a bigger screen real estate for content consumption. The iPhone XR successor for 2020 will also reportedly feature an OLED display as mentioned above while retaining the same size as its predecessor. Kuo has been known to be accurate in his predictions; about future iPhones and Apple products, so his speculations seem genuine. However, we will have to wait until next year to confirm the same.

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