Nikkei Asian Review has a new note out today corroborating most of the more recent reports surrounding the iPhone 8. The firm says that Apple will release a new 5.8-inch iPhone with an OLED display, while releasing two smaller variations with LCD displays.
The upcoming iPhone, to be launched this fall, will come in three configurations — two with liquid crystal displays and one with a 5.8-inch organic light-emitting diode display.
Nikkei also explains the possible effects of a more expensive iPhone, stating that China’s smartphone market has slowed in recent years which means that Apple is less likely to sell the top end model in this market.
It’s been long rumored that Apple would make a radical iPhone 8 change this year with a bezel-free design which means an integrated Touch ID sensor and Home button. The company would also release internal upgrades and release two models dubbed iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus at the same price points as before.