iPhone XR was released last year and it was the top seller of Apple in the first and second quarter after its launch, although it was considered by many a disappointment. However, the iPhone XR was a much more affordable version of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. Now, some 3D renders of the upcoming iPhone XR 2019 have emerged on the Internet.
The disappointment consisted of a few features which didn’t exist on it, but on the more expensive versions, features such as an LCD display and not an OLED one, also having just one rear camera, and not two, but instead, it runs on the same A12 bionic processor as the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.
The phone was, however, a triumph and Apple will be releasing its descendant this year, at the moment alluded to as the iPhone XR 2019. Rumors have been making the rounds on the internet unveiling the fact that it will launch later this year.
iPhone XR 2019 3D renders leaked online
Well-known leaker @OnLeaks, collaborating with India’s Pricebaba, released some 3D renders which depict the fact that Apple chose to release the iPhone XR 2019 in bright nuances. The bright colors of the iPhone are blue, yellow, and red, also a white version.
The device seems to look the same as the original iPhone XR: a 6.1-inch display, the large notch in the upper side, and the button location are still in the same. Although, the back side of the phone has changed: it has an additional camera with minus one sensor than the iPhone XS 2019 which will apparently be released as ‘iPhone 11,’ but that extra camera will improve the photography process. The cameras are placed in a square section, together with the dual LED flashlight, and the device covers’ are made of glass.
The upcoming iPhone XR 2019 will be of 150.9 x 76 x 8.3 millimeters (9.1mm measured with the camera lump), running on a new chipset, apparently called A13 Bionic. It was also rumored that the new iPhone will come with an 18W charger. The upcoming iPhone XR 2019 is expected to launch in September, together with the iPhone 11 (XI) and iPhone 11 Max.
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