iPhone 8 Dummy Model In Hands-On

Last month we watched that which may be the closest thing so far to the iPhone 8 design likely to be introduced this year, and today what is apparently the unit that was dummy has surfaced in a video. The dummy unit shows off the edge-to-edge 5.8-inch display and taller body rumored for the iPhone 8, although this specific unit appears to have a very little heft to it all too.

Today Benjamin Geskin who has shared leaks and rendered of that which will be the iPhone 8 this year tweeted that the video with the unit. The video gives a rough idea of what the redesigned iPhone 8 could look like personally so when handled, though it's unclear at that point authentic to sort the unit will probably soon be.

iPhone 8 Dummy Model In Hands-On

The new iPhone is anticipated to have an OLED display for the very first time as well as a glass front and rear much like the 4 and iPhone 4s, according to rumors over the past year. That the dummy unit which appears in the video of Geskin looks to become thicker compared to iPhones as the next-generation iPhone may feature a superior metal edge that connects the two glass sides such as the 4.

Some reports have claimed the iPhone although the same hasn't been maintained about the superior iPhone and 7s Plus components might be milder in 2013. Our iPhone 8 dummy is silver, and with the glass financing, it looks like silver. The front includes a panel, and also both the back and the front are encased by a stainless steel framework that suits with the color of your own body.

There are thin silver bezels in leading of the apparatus, and there's also a "notch" that houses the speaker, front-facing camera, and detectors, for this installment being used to enable a brand new facial recognition feature. While the other side houses a switch and volume buttons, there's an elongated power switch. There are a port and speaker holes, however no headphone jack.

In regards to size, the iPhone 8 is a little bigger than an iPhone 7 and much more compact than an iPhone 7 Plus, but its display size is like the display of this iPhone 7 Plus as it eliminates all of the compact bezels. So it's maybe not just a unit this can be a dummy version, but the glass back is believed to allow a charging feature that may let the iPhone 8 work.

The dummy version we have on hand is silver. However, there are also dummy models offered in a deep black and a sort of aluminum gold. Also, we've heard rumors suggesting the iPhone 8 (and the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus) will just launch in three shades - silver, silver, and black.

We can't be 100 percent convinced the dummy models we've seen are true representations of what we could get once the iPhone 8 starts, however they fit up with leaked factory specifications, part leaks, CAD drawings, and information culled from the HomePod firmware Apple published in late July. For this reason, we believe the dummy model in the video offers a clear look at up.