Apple’s iPhone 4

And…Let there be light. The next-generation iPhone was revealed. It was found lost in a bar in Redwood City and the guys from Gizmodo get it.

It is thinner and 3 grams heavier than the 3GS model, has higher resolution display, an aluminum border, two microphones(second mic for noise cancellation), a front-facing camera for video calls and a higher resolution camera with a flash on the back,  the back of the phone is entirely flat and Gizmos aren’t sure is it a ceramic glass or shiny plastic.
Here are some pictures of it and for more details check the article at Gizmodo

Apple iPhone 4

What’s new

  • Front-facing video chat camera
  • Improved regular back-camera (the lens is quite noticeably larger than the iPhone 3GS)
  • Camera flash
  • Micro-SIM instead of standard SIM (like the iPad)
  • Improved display. It’s unclear if it’s the 960×640 display thrown around before—it certainly looks like it, with the “Connect to iTunes” screen displaying much higher resolution than on a 3GS.
  • What looks to be a secondary mic for noise cancellation, at the top, next to the headphone jack
  • Split buttons for volume
  • Power, mute, and volume buttons are all metallic

 

 

iPhone 4

iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS

iPhone 4

iPhone 4

Source: Gizmodo

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