Factory Unlocked aka SIM-Free iPhone X Price for US, UK, India, China and Others Revealed
Apple recently unveiled its tenth anniversary iPhone aka 'iPhone X' in the US in storage variants of 64GB and 256GB for $999 and $1149 respectively. Now the pricing details of the factory-unlocked iPhone X variant for UK, India, China, Canada, Germany, France and other countries have been revealed.
The Cupertino Company has unveiled three flagship phones this year in the form of iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the top-end iPhone X model. Although the budget-conscious consumers may still root for one of the iPhone 8 variants, the power-hungry iPhone users could be tempted to shell out a big premium to grab the iPhone X, which is the fastest smartphone in the market according to recent Geekbench report.
From the customer's point of view, value for money and affordability will be the two key factors in making an informed buying decision while choosing between Apple's latest iPhones. The new notch design and the bezel-less 5.8-inch OLED display along with the new Face ID feature will definitely tilt the buyer's decision in favor of the iPhone X, especially when budget is not a constraint.
If you have already made up your mind to buy the iPhone X regardless of its price or delayed release date, then you should check the various pricing options available for the premium flagship iPhone across the globe (below):
iPhone X 64GB - $1,319
iPhone X 256GB - $1,529
iPhone X 64GB - RMB 8,388
iPhone X 256GB - RMB 9,688
iPhone X 64GB - €1,159
iPhone X 256GB - €1,329
iPhone X 64GB - €1,149
iPhone X 256GB - €1,319
iPhone X 64GB - HK$8,588
iPhone X 256GB - HK$9,888
iPhone X 64GB - Rs.89,000
iPhone X 256GB - Rs.1,02,000
iPhone X 64GB - S$1,648
iPhone X 256GB - S$1,888
United Arab Emirates
iPhone X 64GB - AED 4,099
iPhone X 256GB - AED 4,729
iPhone X 64GB - £999
iPhone X 256GB - £1,149
iPhone X 64GB - $999
iPhone X 256GB - $1,149
iPhone X pre-orders are expected to kick off on October 27, while the premium handset will start shipping on November 3.
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