Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Low-Cost iPhone '5C' May Include 8-Megapixel Camera

's upcoming low-cost iPhone, perhapscalledthe iPhone "5C", may come equipped with the same 8-megapixel sapphire crystal-covered camera found in the iPhone 5, reports Chinese siteIT168[Google Translation]. The site has shared an of what is claimed to be the iPhone 5C camera module, which apprs similar to the existing iPhone 5 camera module.

While the low-cost iPhone will potentially incorporate the 8-megapixel camera of the iPhone 5, 's iPhone 5S is expected to get an upgraded12-megapixel camerathat will offer improved low light photography.

Though the 5C is labeled as the low-cost iPhone, it apprs that it will shareother characteristicswith 's existing iPhone 5 and upcoming iPhone 5S, offering some of the same components in a cer polycarbonate shell. Using similar parts prevents from having to source new materials and rumors have suggested that the iPhone 5C could even be intended to serve as a replacement for the iPhone 5.

Based on specs and purportedcasing s, the iPhone 5C is expected to fture a plastic shell in multiple bright colors. The case design apprs to be more rounded than the existing iPhone 5 and it is expected to be slightly taller and larger to accommodate the thicker plastic shell, as seen inrenderingscommissioned byMacRumorslast month.

According to the most recent report, the iPhone 5C isexpectedto launch in rly September, alongside 's upcoming iPhone 5S. Estimates have suggested that it could be priced between $450 and $550, which would likely lower the price to $99 or below with carrier subsidies.


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