Apple, which in recent years has faced scrutiny for its iPhone and iPad sales, announced the iPhone X on Thursday, a smartphone that will compete directly with Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8+.
Apple’s X, which will ship with the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, will cost $999, up from the original $1,299.
The iPhone X will include a fingerprint sensor and a new dual-camera setup that adds 8 megapixel sensors.
The camera on the iPhone is still 8 megapixels, but it’s smaller than the iPhone 7 Plus.
And the X’s front-facing camera will be 8 megabits wide-angle, compared to the iPhone’s 10 megapixel sensor.
The X also has a “Super AMOLED” display that’s curved like the iPhone, which is the first time a smartphone has been designed to do this.
Apple also plans to release a $1 million phone with a special OLED display, and the company is looking to ship the phone in October.
The company also plans a 10 megapixel camera on its new flagship phone, the iPhone SE, and is planning a larger-resolution iPhone X with a 13-megapixel camera.
The announcement of the iPhone line came just a day after Apple unveiled the iPhone 5s, its new phone with the same 8-megapixels camera as the iPhone 9.
In October, Apple unveiled a redesigned iPhone X, with a slightly larger 6.2-inch display.