The pre-orders for Apple’s 10th-year-anniversary smartphone, iPhone X, won’t be available until October 27, but some new information about the handset has emerged on the internet. China's telecommunications regulator, TEENA, made it known that the iPhone X features a slightly bigger battery compared to the 8 Plus.

According to The Verge, tech leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer (@OnLeaks) shared on his Twitter account the TENAA regulatory filing of Apple’s 10th-year-anniversary handset. The filing revealed that the smartphone will come along with a 2,716mAh battery and a 3GB of RAM.

The battery of the iPhone X can likely be credited to the overall improvements in the internal technology of the mobile device.

Nonetheless, the OLED display of the smartphone might possibly draw more power. OLED displays are typically more power efficient, but the feature will still rely on what type of tweaks the tech company has done with the display controller.

TrueDepth camera system

According to Apple Insider, the smartphone’s larger battery will power its TrueDepth camera system. This camera system will make the handset’s facial recognition feature work. There’s also a possibility that the TrueDepth camera system is a power-hungry feature since it comes along with a front-facing camera, optical image stabilization (OIS) and an array of sensors.

The Cupertino-based tech company claimed that the battery on its 10th-year-anniversary device can last up to two hours longer compared to the iPhone 7. According to BGR, although iPhone X’s battery is larger than 8 Plus, the device won't actually provide better battery life.

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The battery life of iPhone X will simply match the 8 Plus. However, the tech firm claimed that the iPhone X can offer up to 60 hours of audio playback, internet use of up to 12 hours and up to 21 hours talk time.

The iPhone X is the first mobile device of the tech firm to come along with a full-screen display, which could beat Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8. The device features a reinforced glass design, an all-new Super Retina resolution, and a wireless charging technology.

Specs of the device

The tech company will roll out the smartphone in two configurations: 64GB and 256GB. Pricing of the handset in the United States starts at $1,000. The device will be powered by an A11 chipset. The smartphone will be equipped with an iOS 11 operating system, improved Siri, P2P payments, vertical 12MP dual camera and a support for LTE speeds up to 450Mbps.