If you’re looking for a moderate iPhone 7 price in Ghana, we’re here to give you not only the price but helpful descriptions
of the various features to make a good decision.
As with literally all electronics products, there are bound to be some good features as much as some letdowns. And the iPhone 7 of 2016 release is no exception. For instance, you’ll love the water-resistant feature this phone presents. I mean who doesn’t see this as a good
But, the battery could be a quick turn-off. Hopefully, you’ll get all the details to decide by the time you get to the end of this piece. The iPhone comes with various accessories such as a Lightning cable, jack-to-Lightning adapter as
well as a headset.
- OS: iOS 10.0.1, upgradable
- Chipset: Apple A10 Fusion
- CPU: Quad-core
- Size 4.7 inches
- Camera:12 MP, f/1.8
- Memory: 1960 mAh
Our iPhone 7 price in Ghana is GH¢ 1,450.00 only!
The iPhone 7 screen measures 4.7 inches which is essentially the same as the iPhone 6S. It’s got a got 1334 x 750 resolution as well as a pixel density measuring 326ppi giving the screen a much better display.
The introduction of the wider DCI-P3 colour gamut helps to produce better colour and detail. The phone also produces a natural-looking skin tone and does a good job even when used under direct sunlight because it’s less reflective.
Although the AMOLED screens do a slightly better job with deep blacks, you can’t discount the power of the iPhone 7’s screen either. In terms of sound quality, the phone produces a loud one.
If you’ve got experience with the iPhone 6, you’ll notice that this module doubles the top volume which is obviously a good improvement. With two speakers you can expect the sound to be far above average.
While one is located at the bottom, the other sits at the earphone slot. All these sound good but there’re a few things worthy of note too. For example, at the maximum volume, you can experience some harsh sound and that means you’ll be compelled to bring it down for better sound quality.
In any case, it’s far better than its previous version, making the affordable iPhone 7 price in Ghana a reason for consideration.
Let’s now take a quick look at what Apple has to offer on the performance front. To start with, the iPhone 7 comes with 2GB of RAM which is also the same as the 6S. However, you’ll easily notice a smooth performance even when multitasking.
It does pretty well on various activities including watching videos, messaging, and browsing at an impressive speed, thanks to the A10 Fusion core it comes with. The phone is powered by the quad-core CPU.
When it comes to highly demanding activities like 3D gaming, two of the cores come in handy. The other two are designed to take care of low-powered activities such as emailing and chatting.
Like phones with the ARM’s big.LITTLE design, the iPhone 7 is able to manage battery usage quite efficiently. Running on iOS 10, the user experience is very much improved over the previous model.
It also brings in a whole lot of flexibility as you’re able to get rid of apps that you don’t need.
The phone has a much better 3D Touch which presents you with a variety of options when pressed at different levels of hardness. It’s fun to hard-press the Torch icon to see different shades of brightness which is just a cool thing.
Access to apps as well as news just got better. Still, wondering if the iPhone 7 price in Ghana is worth it? Well, maybe not, let’s see the other features to firm things up.
The phone has better call quality with noise-canceling microphones in the mix. It has an ear speaker that can be as loud as you want it, making it ideal when used in a noisy place.
One of the features you can’t but take a closer look at before deciding on any phone is the camera. And knowing how the iPhone 7 performs in the camera department is just the right thing to do.
First, it’s seen some good improvement over the 6S. It now features software that produces a much better picture quality and you’ll easily realize this if you’re coming from the older versions.
Featuring a six-optic lens and Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) as well as a wider f/1.8 aperture, your pictures just got better even under low-light environments. This means you won’t have to worry about taking shots at night or at indoor events such as parties.
For those with shaky hands when taking shots, the OIS comes to the rescue. This helps to improve the stability for better quality shots. The wider aperture is actually an interesting feature. This helps more light to get into the sensor. In the end, you get more detailed shots with little to no noise even in low lights.
The depth of field is another thing that gets reduced, leading to good soft-focus backgrounds. Generally, the phone does a decent job with the camera even though a lot can be improved.
Night shots have seen significant improvement over previous versions. You now see a better flash, making it easy to get better shots in dark conditions. The phone camera shoots 4K or 1080p videos which is good news for all of us.
It also gives you the luxury to choose the part of the video to go at slo-mo or normal. With a 7-megapixel sensor, the front-facing camera has seen an improvement and hopefully deserves the iPhone 7 price in Ghana on offer.
As indicated earlier, the phone isn’t ticking all the boxes, obviously. One of the components that is a letdown is the battery life. All the above-mentioned features will grind to a halt without a good battery and this is where the challenge is, with the iPhone 7’s 1960 mAh battery life.
You may have to reach out for your charger a couple of times before the day ends which is kind of annoying. And this can happen not for heavy use. Perhaps, the only time you’ll not see your battery draining down is when it’s not in use
but what’ll be the essence of a phone without being put to some task?
One would have expected the bigger battery size over the iPhone 6S would reflect in its power but that’s not the case. Claim by Apple that it’s better than the former by some two hours is difficult to notice in real-life use.
The only way out is to be very moderate in your use of the phone such as a few daily calls, text messaging, and surfing the net. Though not practical, it may just be the right thing to do.
You’ll also need to weigh your level of usage before opting for this phone because of its low battery life. Our moderate iPhone 7 price in Ghana won’t be the only consideration, obviously.
|Retina IPS LCD, 625 nits (typ)
|4.7 inches, 60.9 cm2
|750 x 1334 pixels, 16:9 ratio
|Ion-strengthened glass, oleophobic coating
|iOS 10.0.1, upgradable to iOS 15.5
|Apple A10 Fusion (16 nm)
|Quad-core 2.34 GHz
|Lightning, USB 2.0
|12 MP, f/1.8, 28mm (wide)
|Quad-LED dual-tone flash, HDR
|7 MP, f/2.2, 32mm
|32GB 2GB RAM, 128GB 2GB RAM, 256GB 2GB RAM
|Li-Ion 1960 mAh, non-removable (7.45 Wh)
|Fingerprint (front-mounted), accelerometer, proximity, compass, gyro, barometer
|Black, Jet Black, Rose Gold, Silver, Gold, Red
|16 September 2016
As promised, we’ve shared some of the positive sides of the iPhone 7. We’ve also seen other aspects that are not particularly exciting. It’s got a solid screen, awesome camera as well as good, stable performance in terms of the software components.
But, the battery sucks!
If you’ll need this for someone with moderate use, there are more good features to consider. The battery might not take all
the shine. Here at PriceGhana, we maintain that our prices are the best around and we believe getting iPhone 7 price in Ghana at GH¢ 1,450.00 from our end is another good offer to check out. WhatsApp or Call for more now.