The iPhone 8 Plus is also one of the latest installments of the iPhones – along with the iPhone 8. Yes, people are constantly wondering the difference between these two seemingly powerful iPhones – as the same with most iPhones and their plus counterpart.
The iPhone 8 Plus differs from the iPhone 8 in some aspects, which mostly include its size and display. The iPhone 8 comes with a 4.7 inch 1334×750 screen, while the iPhone 8 Plus comes with a 5.5-inch 1920×1080 display. This is where we try to find out which phone might be worth it.
The iPhone 8 Plus pretty much looks like the iPhone 8 except for its bigger size. Both come with an aluminum frame and round edges. Both also come with a great new feature of having glass as its back panel. This new feature definitely makes the iPhone 8 Plus more comfortable to grip and have in your hand.
The iPhone 8 Plus is heavier than the iPhone 8 so it does not feel as smooth as carrying around the iPhone 8, however, not that much different. The iPhone 8 weighs at 148 grams while the iPhone 8 Plus weighs at 202 grams. Their displays also play a part in this, where the iPhone 8 Plus stands at 5.5 inches and the iPhone 8 stands at 4.7 inches. So if you are more of a visual person, the iPhone 8 Plus definitely plays a greater role for your viewing experience. Both also come with an IP67 water-resistant external shell.
Both cameras do not have much of a difference. Both have a 12MP camera and an aperture of f/1.8. However, the iPhone 8 Plus has a dual-lens rear camera with OIS that pairs the main lens with a f/2.8 telephoto lens. The iPhone 8 Plus also has a larger 5.5-inch retina display, which creates 10 times the digital zoom – compared to the iPhone 8 with only five times the digital zoom.
The advancements of the iPhone 8 Plus also means that its camera can capture more light than the iPhone 8, which means better quality photographs.
Both the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus use the brand new A11 Bionic CPU, which is the most powerful processor to-date and also the same processor used by the iPhone X. The A11 Bionic chip is a 64-bit CPU that pairs two high-performance cores with four high-efficiency ones. This results in great performances by the two iPhones. The iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8 definitely works faster and smoother than previous iPhone models. However, it is quite hard to compare the difference in performances between the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. Both, however, are great for 4K videos, games, and other multimedia purposes.
In conclusion, the iPhone 8 Plus is definitely one to take account into if you are looking for a powerful iPhone that can cater to all your multimedia needs. The iPhone 8 Plus is also a more powerful device compared to the iPhone 8 and it will be a better choice for those constantly working in UAE. However, it does have a starting price of AED 2,935, which is AED 367 more than the iPhone 8, so think wisely about your needs.
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