The Apple iPhone 7 Plus Flaunts A Dual-Camera Setup

The Cupertino-based company has priced pegged the 32 GB base model at $769.

 

At the event held in San Francisco, Apple unveiled two new handsets — The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. One of the highlights of today's keynote has been the dual-camera setup, which comprises of a 12-megapixel snapper and a depth sensor. This arrangement is quite reminiscent of Huawei's Honor 6 Plus. Such setup enables you to alter the depth-of-focus of a photograph. Apple has kept this killer-feature exclusive to the iPhone 7 Plus. It is a shame that those who will purchase the iPhone 7 will have to miss out on this. The new "Quad-LED True Tone" flash is said to be 50 percent brighter than iPhone 6s. For narcissist grown-ups, Apple has thrown-in a 7-megapixel FaceTime HD camera.

 
The handset features a 5.5-inch IPS display with 1920x1080 pixels. Much like its younger sibling, the iPhone 7 Plus supports 3D touch. It is powered by the same Apple A10 Fusion chipset, which powers the iPhone 7. Rest of the features remain the same, the iPhone 7 Plus is water and dust resistant. It does away with the 3.5 mm jack in favour of lightening port. The home button hosts a pressure sensitive fingerprint sensor.


 
The iPhone 7 Plus will be up for pre-order from this Friday in more than 25 countries. It will hit the stores on 16th of September. The handset will be available in gold, rose gold (pink), silver, and two black options. The 32 GB base model is pegged at $769 (approx Rs 51,000). The 128 GB version can be yours for $869 (roughly Rs 58,000), whereas the 256 GB variant will burn a $969 (Rs 65,500) hole in your pocket.


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