Person behind the "real" iPhone 6 video holds a Q&A session, leaks camera samples and specs
A Chinese man that goes by the name Rui Kee on Weibo, the same person that leaked videos of the a supposed real iPhone 6 two days ago, is at it again. Kee held something along the lines of a Q&A session on its Weibo feed, leaking a number of specifics about the next iPhone, including specs and the first few camera samples from the iPhone 6.
To start off, Kee confirms that we're indeed looking at a 4.7-inch screen, and the resolution is revealed to be 750 x 1334 pixels, or a pixel density of 326 ppi -- equivalent to what you get with the iPhone 5s. According to GeekBench benchmark results Kee posted, it seems like the iPhone 6 will stick to a 1.4GHz dual-core chipset that will be called A8, and the amount of RAM available will be, again, 1GB.
The camera on the next iPhone, based on the snaps it produces (3264 x 2448), is an 8-megapixel snapper and has a single LED flash (not the dual-tone flash found on the iPhone 5s). At the front, the selfie cam appears to be a 1.3-megapixel unit (1280 x 960). Kee also published several camera samples, though these have been resized unfortunately. Still, the iPhone 6 appears to be a pretty decent performer, at least judging by the night shots provided (which were compared against several competitors, including the iPhone 5s).
Kee also weighed the iPhone 6, and his measurement shows that the iPhone 6 will weigh approximately 129 grams. On a different note, the leakster mentions that no NFC-related options or features are to be found on the iPhone 6, though we're given a short tour through the new Health app. Lastly, thanks to a screenshot of the About screen of the alleged new iPhone, we can surmise that Apple will finally be offering a 128GB version.
Do keep in mind that while this appears to be the real deal, we can't vouch for the authenticity of the leaks.