Check out the leaked picture of iPhone 8's display assembly

The iPhone 8 is expected to launch sometime in September.

By Chandrika

If on time, we have less than a month left till the launch of iPhone 8. Being the 10th-anniversary model, the hype around the smartphone is understandable.

Check out the leaked picture of iPhone 8's display assembly


Today, we have come across images of the iPhone 8's display assembly on Weibo. While there are a bunch of images, we will be focusing on the most important one. From the image shown above, you can see the digitizer and the connecting cables. There are four circular cut-outs and a slit for the earpiece at the top. Presumably, the front camera and the iris scanner will be placed on the right.

The small circle on the left should be a sensor, while the bigger one could be a LED flash. That being said, we are not too convinced that the iPhone 8's front camera will be accompanied by a LED flash. Interestingly, the alleged opening for LED flash sports a different color than others.

Going by earlier leaks, the iris scanner on the iPhone 8 is expected to be positioned on the left. The display assembly further reveals that the smartphone will arrive with a full-screen design. Apparently, the front of the iPhone 8 will be dominated by the screen.

So the upcoming flagship will feature an almost bezel-less display with a striking resemblance to the Android biggies such as the LG G6 and Samsung Galaxy S8/S8 Plus.

Of late, we got to come across several new reports about the iPhone 8 suggesting that the device might come with a few features that have been never seen before. The upcoming Apple smartphone is believed to feature a wireless charging support and come in a copper color variant as some of the Android devices in the market. In fact, the copper color variant is catching up with the trend in the recent days.

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