iPhone 8 Plus price in Ghana starts from a cool GH¢ 2,300.00 depending on the specs and features you want. You can always count on us for the best prices.
We give you original products at unbeatable prices. But that’s not all. We go a step further to offer you in-depth details about the product. The iPhone 8 Plus is known for its superior camera power and great screen. It’s got some low points we’ll learn pretty later.
Hopefully, you’ll be able to make the right decisions for yourself by the time you’re done reading this.
Fired up? Let’s get going…
…before we get into the meat of the phone, we always like to give you a sneak peek.
- Screen size: 6.7 inches, 109.8 cm2
- Battery Life:
- Os: iOS 14.1, upgradable to iOS 15.5
- Camera: Li-Ion 2691 mAh, non-removable
- Memory: 64GB, 128GB, 256GB
- CPU: Hexa-core (2×3.1 GHz)
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In terms of design, maybe nothing is so spectacular especially if you’ve used the iPhone 6, 6S or 7 or 8. They’re so similar in design that you might mistake one for the other but for a few little features.
For instance, the aluminium rear of the phone is replaced by a surface considered by Google to be the “most durable glass ever on an iPhone”. This is largely true because it allows for easy handling without it slipping through your hands. It’s a cool useful thing considering that our iPhone 8 Plus price in Ghana is a cool deal.
The phone weighs a whopping 202g which is considered heavier than its counterparts like Samsung Galaxy Note 8. For some people, that’s no big deal. For others, it can be a bit uncomfortable especially when a cover is thrown into the mix.
One interesting thing about the design is the way the edges of the glass curves into the 7000-series aluminium rim, giving it a prettier look. One other attractive feature is the fact that it is IP67-rated for water resistance. This is so important, given the ease of accidental drops all phones suffer.
The phone also promises a nice scenario in respect of colour. Apple appears to have given it a Gold hue stemming from a combination of the lighter Rose Gold and that of the Gold of the iPhone 7 with glass for an awesome new look. You can also opt for the Sliver or Space Grey colour.
If you’re dead on screen size Apple won’t be your friend on this. The 5.5-inch just won’t cut it, making competitors like Samsung Galaxy Note 8 take the shine with its 6.3-inch screen. Although we’ve mentioned that this phone is akin to other predecessors, it’s different in a few areas.
For instance, the screen may be the same as in previous versions but the iPhone 8 Plus users can now enjoy the True Tone technology. This is beneficial for altering colour temperature of an environment for better shots in a low-lit room.
This feature can easily be turned on and off to observe the difference.
Apple has always done a great job at camera quality.
But is it the case with the iPhone 8 plus? Does it merit the iPhone 8 Plus price in Ghana we’re giving you?
Let’s dig in…
To start with, on the rear of the phone are dual 12-megapixel cameras with one being an optically stabilized f/1.8 wide-angle camera. For a good 2x zoom you also have an f/2.8 telephoto camera. The phone features a bigger and faster sensor with a new image signal processor producing better colours.
iPhone 8 Plus by far has a superior camera in terms of the quality of the output. You can expect radiating, vibrant and dynamic pictures with this phone in hand. With Apple recommending the auto-HDR, turning it off is no longer a one-click solution.
Want to switch it off?
No worries, it’s a matter of going into the phone Settings to do just that. The phone now benefits from Portrait Lighting. This is introduced to enhance picture quality by tracking the face and matching it with the right lighting.
It’s Apple’s way of giving you a semblance of professionally-taken shots with all the essential gadgets and setups.
With a 240fps slo-mo at 1080p, and 4K at 60fps, iPhone 8 Plus camera is definitely designed to impress.
So far the iPhone 8 Plus battery has proven to have strength and stamina. You’ll have less to worry about your battery running out during the day. In fact, you don’t even have to do any power-saving gymnastics to make this happen. The phone’s battery power may just be another reason to consider our iPhone 8 Plus price in Ghana, right?
An hour of streaming on Netflix for example will consume just under 8% of the power. Like the iPhone X, this phone supports wireless charging technology and that’s a good bit of convenience for users. Again, like some LG and Samsung versions, the iPhone 8 Plus uses the open Qi charging standard which essentially means it can accept other devices to power the battery.
Charging isn’t really fast and means you’ll need to give it some two hours to achieve a full charge. However, it’s equally important to mention the introduction of fast wired charging even though it’s not used right off the bat. Additional accessories, such as MacBook 12-inch USB-C charger is required to get them to work your way.
Obviously, this means coughing up some extra cash to acquire it.
iPhone 8 Plus is powered by Apple’s own A11 Bionic which beats the competition to the punch. In terms of storage, it stands at 3GB of RAM, and either 64GB or 256GB. Though it looks cool for the average person, others may need extra space.
If this is you, consider grabbing a newer version like the iPhone 12 Pro Max. As you’re probably aware, Apple isn’t giving you a slot for an external microSD card so a bigger spaced version will be a good way to go if you need more space.
The phone also has a six-core processor. It has two high-power as well as four low-power cores that produce a decent level of speed. It has an improved stereo speaker that produces high-quality sounds. You can easily fire up the volume to full capacity without disturbing the quality of the sound.
|Type||Retina IPS LCD, 625 nits (typ)|
|Size||5.5 inches, 83.4 cm2|
|Resolution||1080 x 1920 pixels, 16:9 ratio (~401 ppi density)|
|OS||iOS 11, upgradable to iOS 15.5|
|Chipset||Apple A11 Bionic (10 nm)|
|CPU||Hexa-core (2x Monsoon + 4x Mistral)|
|Main||Dual 12 MP, f/1.8, 28mm (wide), PDAF, OIS|
12 MP, f/2.8, 57mm (telephoto), PDAF, 2x optical zoom
|Quad-LED dual-tone flash, HDR|
Video 4K@24/30/60fps, 1080p@30/60/120/240fps
|SELFIE||Single 7 MP, f/2.2, 32mm (standard)|
|Internal||64GB 3GB RAM, 128GB 3GB RAM, 256GB 3GB RAM|
|Type||Li-Ion 2691 mAh, non-removable (10.28 Wh)|
|Charging||Fast charging 15W, 50% in 30 min |
Qi wireless charging
|Talk time||Up to 21 h (3G)|
|Colours||Gold, Space Gray, Silver, Red|
|Network||GSM / HSPA / LTE|
|Released||22, September 2017|
We’ve looked at some of the strengths and weaknesses of the iPhone 8 plus. This could be enough to help you decide but it’s still worth sharing our opinion about the phone aside from giving you our best iPhone 8 Plus price in Ghana. First, the design, as indicated earlier may seem a bit off-putting for people who’re used to the 7 and 8.
That notwithstanding, the phone has some really powerful features that won’t disappoint. The camera, battery and performance should be enough consideration to check it out. Take advantage of our iPhone 8 Plus price in Ghana today!