The Apple iPhone XR 256GB is equipped with a Hexa Core (2.49 GHz, Dual core, Vortex + 1.52 GHz, Quad core, Tempest) Apple A12 Bionic CPU that allows you to multitask seamlessly while using different apps. The phone also has 3 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage, so you can store a variety of stuff such as songs, videos, games, and more without running out of space.
Furthermore, the Apple iPhone XR 256GB runs the iOS 12.0 operating system and has a respectable 2942 mAh battery that allows you to use it for longer periods of time without worrying about battery drain while watching movies, playing games, listening to music, and doing other things.
The phone's camera specifications are highly appealing. The Apple iPhone XR 256GB has a single camera arrangement with 12 MP shooters on the back. 5x Digital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face identification, and Touch to Focus are among the features of the back camera configuration. The phone has a 7-megapixel front camera for taking stunning selfies and video calls.
When comparing the iPhone XR to the iPhone X, the camera feels like a step back in several aspects. On the back, there's only one camera, a 12-megapixel sensor with an optically stabilized f/1.8 lens.
The iPhone XR is powered by a 2952mAh battery that lasted 8 hours and 15 minutes in Geekbench's battery test. Despite the LCD display, the phone's battery easily lasted a day and a half in real life. The reduced resolution of the panel is likely to blame for the battery drain, but the A12 Bionic chipset is also to blame for the long battery life. Essentially, the iPhone XR lasts longer than the iPhone XS and almost as long as the iPhone XR, despite having a larger display and employing an LCD panel.