Zenvo and Zagato/Bertone are Plastic iPhone Codenames
We expectApple to reveal a low-costiPhone in about two months. Rumors about the Plastic iPhone have been around since a while now. The latest big rumor are those leakedcolorful plastic shells that are supposed to be from the upcoming budget iPhone. Now Phone Arena has published some slides obtained from China that add a new twist. Apple is apparently working on two Plastic iPhones.
The company is supposed to use iPhone Zenvo and iPhone Zagato/Bertone as codenames. The iPhone Zenvo is supposed to run on a Samsung H5P dual-core CPU and supports FDD 4G and Bluetooth 4.0. The iPhone Zagato/Bertone suppors TDD 4G LTE and has a H6P CPU. Both iPhones have a 4-inch screen.
It is hard to tell if this is real. The codenames are though very creative.
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