Techy has come up with real images of the budget iPhone, which has been fully assembled. What’s immediately noticeably different from last weeks prints, is that these are black and white as a pose to the wide range of colors we saw in the past. It doesn’t necessarily dispel the colored options from the future choice when shopping for yours, but it is interesting to note. Both lots of images seemed legit, however, it’s much harder to go past these fully assembled images, compared to just the shell of the colored versions.
Whatever versions turns out true, I’d be happy with all of them. It seems many don’t hold the same opinion as me, but I’m sure there is just as many that do. It really has everything you would expect to find on a budget iPhone, including a plastic shell that is well-rounded. It doesn’t look ugly though in my opinion. What do you think of it?
To serve as a refresher, we know that the iPhone 5C does come with a 4.0-inch display, 640 x 1136 pixels, 326 ppi, IPS LCD screen technology, Oleophobic coating, Proximity sensor and Light sensor. Additionally, the hardware sports an Apple A6 system chip, Dual core, 1300 MHz processor, 1016 MB RAM system memory and 32 GB of internal storage space for you to keep all the pictures, videos, music files and other data of your choice.
The battery is always a standout of Apple’s range and it is one of the things you pay for when shopping for a premium smartphone. If there’s one feature the cheaper mid-rangers cannot afford to incorporate it is a decent battery. The budget iPhone manages to give 10.00 hours talk time over the 3G network and 250 hours standby time. All of that while in a 1507 mAh capacity. I often refer to the iPhone as the Mercedes-Benz of smartphone because they just seem to have better technology. While it does come at a cost there’s little doubt they know what they are doing when looking at how small the capacity is yet how much power it discharges.