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Android Phones Are Danger In China Because Of iPhone XR

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 Android Phones Are Danger In China  Because Of iPhone XR

As far back as the news of iPhone XR came, specialists anticipated that it will break the majority of Apple's past iPhone deal records and will make a deal blast. It appears that the forecast was perfectly fine report propose that the interest for iPhone XR is more greater than the demand of iPhone 8 had in China. 

Ming-Chi Kuo today released a report which clues at a forthcoming extraordinary year for Apple Inc. As per Kuo, the deals for iPhone XR will be more prominent than iPhone 8 in China, considering iPhone 8 was the most well known telephone in the nation in the past 8 months.

As far as the Chinese domestic market is concerned, Android companies have been performing poorly other than Huawei which was the only company other than Apple that saw an increase in shipments. Sales from other Android Manufacturers such as Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo have been very disappointing. Shipment from major Chinese smartphone brands fell 10% overall.

These statistics have set the playing field for Apple, especially since Chinese manufacturers have reported declining year-over-year sales during the Golden Week. Furthermore, iPhone XR comes with a futuristic bezel-less design, dual sim functionality and all new colors. All of this bundled with Apple’s supreme software integration with no third party bloatware will prove to be a nightmare for other Chinese brands.
As a reminder, the XR comes with a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina HD display and the same A12 Bionic processor a the iPhone XS with 64GB, 128GB or 256GB of built-in storage. Other specifications on the handset include a 7-megapixel front-facing camera for Selfies plus a 2-megapixel wide-angle camera with a f/1.8 aperture and 5x digital zoom.

Apple will start taking pre-orders of their iPhone XR from the 19th of October and then the device will launch a week later. The handset is cheaper than the iPhone XS with a starting price of $749.

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