iPhone 6 32GB Price in Bangladesh
iPhone 6 32GB Price in Bangladesh
While the iPhone 6 has a bigger footprint than the iPhone 5S, there’s not a lot of difference between the phones. For starters, the iPhone 6 is just 6.9mm thin, making it thinner than the iPhone 5S. Impressively, at 129g, the new handset is only 17g heavier than the old one.
iPhone 6 32 GB Specifications
- Operating System iOS 8, upgradable to iOS 11.2
- Dimensions 138.3 x 67.1 x 7.1 mm
- RAM 1GB
- ROM 32GB
- Weight 143 g
- Display 4.7 inches, LED-backlit IPS LCD
- Processor Dual-core 1.4 GHz Typhoon
- Battery Li-Ion 1810 mAh
iPhone 6 review: Display quality
With its 4.7in display, Apple has had to up the iPhone 6’s resolution in order to keep the Retina tag. According to Apple, this is the point at which you can no longer see individual pixels. In the iPhone 6’s case, this is a resolution of 1,334×750 – slightly more than 720p. While the resolution may be higher, the pixel density is the same 326ppi as the iPhone 5S. In other words, you get the same screen sharpness as before.
hat doesn’t mean that Apple hasn’t made any changes to the screen. While it still uses a LED-backlit IPS panel, this time around it uses dual-domain pixels. This technology helps improve viewing angles and even looking at the screen almost edge on we couldn’t detect any noticeable colour shift.
Apple has also stated that the new screen has better contrast and black levels than on previous handsets. Our colour calibrator confirmed this, with a black level reading of a low 0.37cd/m2 and a contrast ratio of 1,456:1. The screen brightness of 543cm/m2 is impressive too, meaning you can see it clearly in direct sunlight, while blacks are still inky and dark.
Colour accuracy is also very good, with our colour calibrator measuring the phone as capable of producing 95.1% of the sRGB colour gamut (the graph below shows the gamut, with the dotted line representing sRGB). This puts this screen in the top leagues of LCD displays. Super AMOLED screens, such as that on the Samsung Galaxy S5 have better colour reproduction and black levels, although they’re dimmer and some find their colours a little over-saturated.
In our regular image tests, photos on the iPhone 6 looked great, with natural colours and plenty of detail throughout the image. Overall, it’s a great screen, as you’d expect from an Apple handset; it’s not the best display available though there’s practically no cause for complaint.
Although we were all hoping for a sapphire glass display, that technology’s not quite ready yet. Instead, Apple has used ion-strengthened glass, which is both scratch and shatter resistant; as always, treat the phone with care and use a decent case to add extra protection.
We’re pleased to see that the other side of the phone still has the physical volume buttons and the silent switch. A physical switch to go into silent mode is a really useful thing to have and much easier than messing around with on-screen controls.
Apple’s usual attention to detail is ever-present, with the front glass curving gently to meet the sides of the case, so you can’t feel the join. It’s this kind of quality that sets the iPhone apart from its rivals. An aluminium case gives the iPhone 6 the high-quality look and feels what we expect from Apple. Plastic runs between the individual metal parts, in order to allow for uninterrupted mobile and wireless reception. It’s been neatly done and you can barely feel the join. Available in Space Grey, Silver or Gold, each colour has its own merits, so it’s really a matter of which one you prefer.