To some it’s the most eagerly anticipated smartphone of all time, to others it’s just another overpriced iPhone that lacks any truly innovative features.
Whatever your opinion, the iPhone X finally goes on sale in Thailand this Friday, November 24th.
The iPhone X will be available from all official Apple resellers and the leading telecoms providers.
The iPhone X 64GB will cost Bt 40,500, whereas the larger capacity 256GB version will set you back Bt 46,500.
Apple’s new flagship iPhone comes with a 5.8 inch all screen Super Retina display, a significant upgrade on the LCD screens featured in previous iPhone models.
As well as its screen, the standout feature of the new iPhone is its facial recognition software, Face ID, which lets you unlock the device by looking at it.
It also includes wireless charging capabilities and a new True Depth camera which Apple says will help to take spectacular photos.
The iPhone X will be available in space grey and silver.
It will be interesting to see the level of demand for the iPhone X in Thailand.
Interest from consumers for Apple’s other new handsets, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus appear to have mirrored the lukewarm response seen elsewhere.
Demand for the iPhone X, however, has been strong in the countries where the device has already been released, despite its hefty price tag.
Earlier this month, the iPhone X sold out within 24 hours after being made available to order in Hong Kong.
In South Korea, where the iPhone X will also go on sale on November 24, there have been 300,000 pre-orders, more than double that for the iPhone 8.
Korean telecom firms who have been staging pre-order sessions had sold out “within minutes”, ZDNet reported.
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