The phone costs INR37,500 which is equal to €470 or $640 and is INR4,000 (€50/$68) lower than the 16GB version
We all know how the iPhone 5c concept went down the drain. It was meant to be a cheaper iPhone to help Apple reach a wider customer base and also make its presence in the developing markets. But as it appeared, the phone wasn’t that cheap after all and the entire point of its existence didn’t quite work out the right way.
Since then Apple has been looking for ways to put this situation right and now it has finally come up with a solution. A new 8GB version of the iPhone 5c has been launched in India. It costs INR37,500, which translates to €470 or $640, which is INR4,000 (€50/$68) lower than the 16GB version of the “unapologetically plastic” smartphone. The phone is still not so cheap and every smart buyer wouldn’t want to spend that kind of money on a smartphone that offers a storage option so limited. But those who don’t want to fill up their phones with tons of multimedia would find it a reasonable purchase.