Ooredoo has announced that it will offer the new-generation iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, and Apple Watch Series 3, a health and fitness companion.
Customers will be able to pre-order iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and Apple Watch Series 3 from September 22 at www.ooredoo.qa, and all will be available starting on September 30, the company has said in a press statement.
The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are a new generation of iPhone featuring a new glass and aluminium design in three finishes - space gray, silver and a new gold - made with the “most durable glass ever” in a smartphone, Retina HD displays and A11 Bionic chip, and designed for the “ultimate augmented experience”, the statement notes.
The camera gets even better and wireless charging brings a powerful new capability to iPhone. The iPhone 8 Plus features dual 12-megapixel cameras and introduces Portrait mode with Portrait Lighting, bringing dramatic studio lighting effects to iPhone, allowing customers to capture stunning portraits with a shallow depth of field effect in five different lighting styles.
Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS) is an “amazing health and fitness companion” with intelligent coaching features, water resistance of 50m, 70% faster dual-core processor and a barometric altimeter, the statement adds.
The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are compatible with Ooredoo’s Supernet Category 9 LTE-Advanced Standard, which enables customers to access download speeds of up to 325Mbps.
For complete details on pricing and data plans, one can visit www.ooredoo.qa, while more information on the iPhone is available at www.apple.com/iphone
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