Apple iPhone 4, launched on June 24, 2010, is among the cheapest smartphones launched by Apple. It is powered by Apple A4 SoC, Single Core (1 GHz) CPU, and PowerVR (SGX535) GPU.
The smartphone comes with 512 MB RAM of type LPDDR2 and 32 / 16 / 8 GB storage memory. Furthermore, the handset lacks the option of additional storage via a memory card.
The mobile phone has a 3.5-inch Retina (widescreen) with IPS Technology display supporting resolutions up to 960 x 640 pixels at a pixel density of ~326 pixels per inch (PPI). Other features of Apple iPhone 4's display include Multi-touch, LED-backlit, Fingerprint-resistant.
As regard cameras, Apple iPhone 4 comes with One (0.3 MP) camera on the front side and one (5 MP) camera on the back side. The front camera supports video recording up to 480p at 30 fps. Whereas, the rear camera supports video recording up to 720p HD at 30 fps. The aperture of the front camera lens is N/A. While, the aperture of the rear camera lens is f/2.8.
Some of the features of the front camera include Facetime.
Subsequently, some of the features of the rear camera include Optical Zoom, Digital Zoom.
The connectivity options of Apple iPhone 4 include Bluetooth (2.1) , Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n), GPS, 2G / GSM / GPRS, 3G / HSPA / CDMA, and Micro-SIM for Calls / SMS / Data.
Moreover, it is equipped with a number of sensors including Accelerometer, Three-axis gyro, Ambient Light Sensor, Proximity sensor and Backside Illumination.
Furthermore, Apple iPhone 4 comes with a 1420mAh battery which does not support fast charging or wireless charging. In addition to this, the build material of the smartphone comprises of Front (Glass), Back (Glass), Sides (Stainless Steel).
The actual weight (without any accessory attached) and dimensions of the Apple iPhone 4 are 137 gms and 4.54 x 2.31 x 0.37 (Height x Width x Depth) inches, respectively.