Need a good iPhone 8 Price in Ghana? You’re at the right place.
iPhone 8 continues to attract people for many reasons. For some people, it’s their entry into the iPhone family of phones because it’s affordable. If you’re running on a shoestring budget it’ll save you some bucks.
But is the money the only consideration for acquiring this phone? Well, we’ll get into it pretty soon. After all, it’s an old model and there’s only so much to expect of it.
- Size: 4.7 inches, 60.9 cm2
- OS: iOS 11, upgradable
- CPU: Hexa-core
- SIM: Nano-SIM
- Camera: 12 MP, f/1.8, 28mm
- Battery: 1821 mAh
Our iPhone 8 Price in Ghana is GH¢ 1,699.00 only!
Let’s now get into the various features to see how they fare.
For those coming from iPhone 7, it may interest you to learn that the 8 measures 138.4 x 67.3 x 7.3 mm. That’s a marginal increment in size and has a 4.7-inch screen. It has a weight of 148g, heavier than the iPhone 7’s 138g.
The phone is easy to handle even with one hand, thanks to the grippy coating. Unlike other competitors in other brands such as Samsung’s S8 and even iPhone’s own X, this phone comes without the bezel-less displays.
Another thing you’ll find is that in place of the aluminum unibody design this phone features a glass back making it possible for wireless charging and improved performance. This feature adds a lot of beauty to the phone.
It’s got different colour options including white, silver, and black. Though the iPhone 8 isn’t very prone to scratches, it still doesn’t hurt to use a case for an extra layer of protection. It’s got a camera lens sticking out from the rear casing and this adds to the design of the phone.
Compared with other versions, you get louder stereo speakers. In fact, Apple describes it as ‘25% louder than the iPhone 7’s. The phone has the capacity to survive in water of 1m depth for up to 30 minutes.
That notwithstanding, there’re a couple of things missing, including, a headphone port as well as bass needed for better music tunes.
With a 4.7-inch 750 x 1334 IPS LCD display and 326 PPI of pixel density, the iPhone 8 shares a lot with the 7. However, iPhone 8 simply outclasses the former when it comes to the resolution. You’ll easily see the difference in improvement after a short period of use.
The other thing coming along with the display is the True Tone technology. It helps to monitor and regulate the light around the phone to produce better brightness. The phone features the Dolby Vision and HDR10 formats.
This allows you to easily play back HDR content from iTunes and Netflix for example. It’s worth emphasizing that several other things are the same as the previous model including the IPS LCD panel.
This also means that you’ll have to consider other recent options like the iPhone 12 Pro Max if you’re dead on some latest features. With a good resolution for colour reproduction and DCI-P3 wide colour gamut support, the decent features make it a good investment.
Unlike OLEDs, the iPhone 8 does a lot better under sunny conditions.
All in all, the phone doesn’t boast of a revolutionary display and is clearly not a bad one at all, especially for the moderate iPhone 8 Price in Ghana we have for you.
Like the iPhone 8 Plus and X, the iPhone 8 is powered by the A11 Bionic chip. However, the 8 has 1GB less than the 8 Plus and X’s 3GB RAM. It may interest you to know that the difference in the RAM size is only noticeable in intensive camera modes.
In other words, your apps and other programs will run just as fine as these other versions. With the A11 Bionic offering a six-core processor, 2 high and 4 low-power, the experience is a smooth one. The phone supports gaming and other apps without
Call quality is really good with very stable cellular and Wi-Fi reception. When it comes to storage, the options are 64GB or 256GB. Our iPhone 8 Price in Ghana remains moderate, given the number of things you can achieve with it.
Another area it does very well is the smooth running of apps when multitasking. Play music, watch videos and do your email stuff with little to worry about unexplained slowdowns.
Also, it may interest you to know that you can upgrade the software to the latest version even though it comes with the iOS 13 installed. Some of the interesting things about the operating system are the ability to easily share audio via multiple pairs of AirPods and other UI tweaks for a better experience.
The Dark Mode is another helpful feature that helps to alter the UI from white to grey when needed.
On the surface, you might not see what the difference is between the iPhone 8 and the 7 since they both come with the 12-megapixel f/1.8 lens setup. However, you’ll notice a larger sensor with better-improved software to go with the iPhone 8.
Your pictures just got better with great detail and contrast as well as punchy colours. It’s definitely not the best on the market but does a really better job than its predecessors.
The front-facing camera stands at 7 MP8 with videos shooting at 4K at 60fps. This is an improvement over the older version. The camera now has better saturation as noticeable with some Samsung phones as well as a much better sensor with an image signal processor in place.
In the end, shots taken with iPhone 8 come off very clean and natural-looking. The phone also features an auto-HDR mode which can be turned on or off from the Settings area. With this in place, photos get a better balance and are even more helpful when taking landscape photos.
One of the disappointing things to expect is the narrow field of view of the lens. The only way to do better on this is for you to keep the phone further apart to capture an entire gathering.
Also, for the purposes of Portrait Mode and Optical Zoom, one would have loved to see a dual-camera system. But hey, the iPhone 8 Price in Ghana is GH¢ 1,699.00 only and one can only be measured with expectations.
Again, when it comes to the battery department, the iPhone 8 and 7 share a lot in common. However, you’ll see the difference once you actually start using the 8 in real life. On a full charge, the battery can support you for an entire day.
And we’re not talking about just charging it and leaving it idle. With moderate videos, browsing the net, and some gaming, you’ll still be able to go an entire day with little worries.
Quite apart from that, you’ll be able to undertake some power-saving tweaks to get more power when necessary. For instance, you can reduce the brightness, and switch off Bluetooth and Wi-Fi to get the best of it.
With the moderate iPhone 8 price in Ghana, the battery isn’t the worst you can find, obviously.
|Type||Retina IPS LCD, 625 nits (typ)|
|Size||4.7 inches, 60.9 cm2 |
|Resolution||750 x 1334 pixels, 16:9 ratio|
|Protection||Ion-strengthened glass, oleophobic coating|
|OS||iOS 11, upgradable to iOS 15.5|
|Chipset||Apple A11 Bionic (10 nm)|
|CPU||Hexa-core (2x Monsoon + 4x Mistral)|
|Main||Single 12 MP, f/1.8, 28mm (wide)|
|Features||Quad-LED dual-tone flash, HDR|
|Selfie||Single 7 MP, f/2.2|
|Internal||64GB 2GB RAM, 128GB 2GB RAM, 256GB 2GB RAM|
|Type||Li-Ion 1821 mAh, non-removable |
|Charging||Fast charging 15W, Qi wireless charging, USB Power Delivery 2.0|
|Colors||Space Gray, Silver, Gold, Red|
|Released||22 September 2017|
We’ve seen the iPhone 8 Price in Ghana. We’ve looked at some issues with this old generation phone and what makes it still worth the investment. We’ve come across some good features including good battery life, a good camera as well as a nice ergonomic design among many interesting things.
All in all, we believe this is a decent phone with a moderate price to check out. You’ll get a good experience with the phone
without spending a fortune.
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