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iPhone 6s Plus Leaked To Feature A Much Better Camera Than iPhone 6s

Omar Sohail
Posted Aug 20, 2015
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In our previous report, it was rumored that Apple would be rolling out a 5 inch iPhone 6s next month that would be featuring an 8 MP camera sensor and a resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels. Now, it looks like iPhone 6s Plus is going to be the only device out of the trio of iPhones that is going to be incorporated with the best camera sensor.

iPhone 6s Plus Leaked To Feature A 12 MP Camera; The Remaining Two Devices Will Feature An 8 MP Shooter

According to a leak originating from China, in order to experience the best possible image and video quality from your next iPhone purchase, you are going to have to spend a little more money and get yourself the 5.5 inch screen sized iPhone. The remaining two models are going to feature an 8 MP camera sensor, which is the same amount of megapixels that are present on the company’s current generation iPhone duo.

While this is not necessarily a bad thing, future iPhone consumers who purchase ridiculously expensive handsets just to augment their smartphone camera experience will be left sorely disappoint that Apple has given more attention to the phablet sized variant of its iPhone team, assuming the leak turns out to be true.

The one thing that we will be looking forward to is that all three of these devices are going to feature Apple’s A9 SoC, which is fabricated under the 14 and 16 nm FinFET process. Additionally, there was another leak suggesting that all upcoming models might also feature a Type-C USB port. From what we have learnt so far, in addition to sporting a better rear camera sensor, iPhone 6s Plus will also be incorporated with a much crispier resolution; 1440p.

For now, we will be treating this information with a grain of salt and wait for the last group of leaks to come through before we can provide a more conclusive analysis of what to expect from the upcoming iPhones. At this current point, if you are purchasing an iPhone strictly to upgrade your camera experience, then you might see yourself adding an extra wad of cash.

 

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