iPhone 8 256 GB Price in Bangladesh
Apple’s iPhone 8 wasn’t even the top-of-the-line iOS phone when it came out, but it’s still a solid pick for functionality and speed, with a traditional home button packing an easy-to-use Touch ID fingerprint sensor to boot. In short, it’s as powerful as the iPhone X at a notably lower cost.
iPhone 8 256 GB Price in Bangladesh
iPhone 8 256 GB Specifications
- Dimensions 138.4 x 67.3 x 7.3 mm
- Display Type LED-backlit IPS LCD
- Chipset Apple A11 Bionic
- GPU Apple GPU (three-core graphics)
- Primary Camera 12 MP, f/1.8, 28mm, phase detection autofocus
- Operating System iOS 11
- SIM Nano-SIM
- iPhone 8 256 GB Official Website
If you’re hunting for the best iPhone right now, consider the flagship iPhone XSand iPhone XS Max (as well as the slightly cheaper iPhone XR) – but be warned. They are expensive, and there’s no home button or fingerprint scanner, meaning you’d have to rely on Face ID for biometrics.
- Weight 148 g
- Display Size 4.7 inches
- CPU Hexa-core (2x Monsoon + 4x Mistral)
- RAM & ROM 256GB ROM & 2GB RAM
- Secondary Camera 7 MP, f/2.2, 1080p@30fps, 720p@240fps, face detection, HDR, panorama
- Battery Li-Ion 1821 mAh battery
- Buy iPhone 8 256 GB from Grameenphone 4G Store
The 8 is a legacy iPhone through and through: if you’ve owned an Apple handset from the iPhone 6 onwards, you’ll know exactly what you’re getting with this smartphone. There haven’t been too many differences over the last few years, but for some, that’s a bonus.
Update: Apple has updated the iPhone 8 to iOS 12.2 and we’ve updated this review to reflect that, as well as adding the iPhone XR to the competition section.
iPhone 8 vs iPhone XS
Apple hasn’t reinvented the wheel here – if you’re craving innovation (within the iPhone bubble, at least) see the new iPhone XS (which has replaced the iPhone X).
You’ve probably already heard, but the differences between these two phones is pretty vast – and the first point is the cost. The iPhone XS starts at $999 / £999 / AU$1,579 if you want the 64GB model, where the iPhone 8 now starts at $599 / £599 / AU$979 for the same capacity.
So what are you getting for that extra money – and is it worth buying? The first thing is the screen – you’ve got a bezel-less 5.8-inch display with a 1,125 x 2,436 resolution, and it’s OLED display technology too – that’s superior to the 4.7-inch 750 x 1,334 screen on the iPhone 8. You’ll notice a huge difference between the two.
The other big difference to consider is how you unlock this phone – with the iPhone 8, it’s Touch ID fingerprint scanning, as it has been for years. With the iPhone XS, you’re unlocking with your face, using the nattily-named Face ID.
Touch ID is familiar and fast, while Face ID feels futuristic and recognize faces fast enough – but it’s not going to be for everyone doesn’t adjust well to drastic change. For those people, the iPhone 8 is going to be far more appealing.
The notch at the top of the iPhone XS contains a camera that allows for Animoji and MeMoji, where emoji can be animated by mapping your face – this feature is locked to the iPhone X, XS, XS Max and XR, and the TrueDepth front camera .
The iPhone XS has dual cameras where the iPhone 8 has a single sensor, which allows for background de-focus and a more comprehensive photographic experience .
In short: the iPhone 8 is the safe, cheaper option. It does the iPhone things you’d want, and is a solid package you’ll recognize all the way back to the iPhone 6.
- Glass rear looks and feels great, and enables wireless charging
- Front still bezel-heavy and almost identical to past three generations
The iPhone 8 marked the most radical change in iPhone design for three years – but don’t get too excited.
One of the big upgrades Apple has given its new iPhone, and the focus of the design, is the glass rear – it’s an upgrade over the aluminium body used since the iPhone 5, and its inclusion means a brand-new feature in the shape of wireless charging.
However, in terms of size, shape and look the iPhone 8 uses the same form factor as the iPhone 7, 6S and 6, and from the front it’s almost impossible to differentiate between the four generations of handsets.
The iPhone 8 is a fraction of a millimeter thicker (7.3mm vs 7.1mm), wider (67.3mm vs 67.1mm) and taller (138.4mm vs 138.3mm) than the iPhone 7, but you won’t notice. The point we’re making is that it’s similar… very, very similar.
It’s heavier too, an extra 10g over the iPhone 7, which may be a little more noticeable – but it’s not overbearing, and we were still able to comfortably hold the phone in our palm.