“He forecasts it to have a smaller notch, a fingerprint reader (Touch ID) under the display, and a USB-C port,” Sellers reports. “Su adds that ‘it will still lack the extensibility (memory card), the battery life, the lightning-fast charging capability, and the camera quality of Android flagship smartphones while being more expensive.'”
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MacDailyNews Take: Yes, but what did Joe Schmoe from Noname Research predict?
Also, Su’s characterization of Android flagship phones in relation to his forecasted next-gen “iPhone X” reeks of bias.