Apple launches iPhone X in Lagos Nigeria
Meet the super host, @FrankEdoho! #SayHelloToTheFuture #iPhoneXNg #OfficialLaunch pic.twitter.com/d0uPpAWGeP
— Adekeye . E. Tosin (@cutekimani) December 8, 2017
And Emmaohmagod as Red carper host.
@emmaohmagod is the red carpet host at the #IphoneXNG launch. #EventDailies #EDslayfriday https://t.co/W1NPVDvNeX pic.twitter.com/oJt2GKGkZ2
— Street of Lagos (@dstreetoflagos) December 8, 2017
Simi was also present to thrill the audience with her powerful voice
— Noble Igwe (@Nobsdaslushhkid) December 8, 2017
Denrele Edun present too!
Retweet for my life!
The #IphoneXNg is gonna be mine TONIGHT, I claim it IJN!
At the #IphoneXNg launch live!
Had to go harass the X-men & X-chics for a Sharp shot! pic.twitter.com/450B2yI0CS
— Denrele Edun (@DENRELE_EDUN) December 8, 2017
Mister Mo, founder of mobilityarena.com was spotted in the event
With Egbon @moverick at the official lunch of the amazing Apple IPhone X in Nigeria.
— Emmanuel Nwachukwu (@emma_dele) December 8, 2017
Then, Timi Dakolo wins an iPhone X 😲😲
Shout out to @timidakolo for winning an iPhoneX at the #IphoneXNG launch. 🙌🙌 #EventDailies #EDslayfriday pic.twitter.com/uz0vW6P4c3
— Event Dailies (@eventdailies) December 8, 2017
The iPhone X which is pronounced as “iPhone 10” is the first ever Apple smartphone to come with AMOLED display. The phone also features Super Retina display of 2436 x 1125 resolution with 458 pixels per inch.
The iPhone X is packed with incredible new technologies, like the innovative TrueDepth camera system and super fast A11 Bionic chip with a neural engine. The phone is also equipped with Face ID security features that allow you unlock the phone with your Face. According to Apple, the Face ID is much more secure than the Touch ID, so that’s why they remove the finger print sensor from the phone and replace it with Face ID.
The iPhone X also support tap to wake feature. Once the screen is on, you can swipe up to unlock. This swipe gesture is also used to bring the multitasking UI (swipe up and hold) and to go back to the home screen (swipe up to “throw” the app).
Just like the iPhone 8 Plus, the iPhone X is designed with a dual camera on the back and is capable of shooting 4K 2160p video at 60fps. The main camera boasts new, improved 12MP sensors. The telephoto also sits behind brighter aperture (f/2.4), while the regular camera stick to f/1.8. Both have optical image stabilization and the LEDs in the flash doubled too – there are now four of them.
The iPhone X is also designed with Wireless charging technology just like the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. The company also released a new wireless charging technology called AirPower. AirPower is designed to offer a generous active charging area that will allow iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus or iPhone X customers to simultaneously charge up to three devices, including Apple Watch Series 3 and a new optional wireless charging case for AirPods.
iPhone X with 64GB storage capacity is currently available on Jumia for ₦429, 990.
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