“Du” launches the pre-order service on the “iPhone 12” and “12...

“Du” launches the pre-order service on the “iPhone 12” and “12...
“Du” launches the pre-order service on the “iPhone 12” and “12...

Du, a subsidiary of Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company, announced the launch of a pre-order service on the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 phones in the UAE, whereby customers can apply for a new phone from Du as of now. From 16 to 23 October.
The new iPhones feature the most advanced 5G network bands compared to any other smart phone, making them provide coverage of the fifth generation worldwide. Du customers in the UAE can enjoy the unique capabilities and features provided by the new phone through the reliable and high-speed 5G network from du.
The iPhone 12 phones are distinguished by their new design, as they have been equipped with new camera systems, and Super Retina XDR screens, from edge to edge for a distinct viewing experience, with front end protection enhanced with ceramic shield technology, in addition to the A14 Bionic chip designed by the company. Apple »which is the fastest processing chip in the level of smart phones.

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