The 6.1 Inch LCD IPhone Might Be Priced As Low As $550

Posted: Apr 19 2018, 11:01am CDT | by , in News | Other Stuff

 
The 6.1 Inch LCD iPhone Might Be Priced As Low As $550

In his recent investor note, famous Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities has given us additional details on iPhone refresh for this year. According to Kuo, 6.1-inch LCD iPhone introduced this year will have dual SIM feature and will be available for a price as low as $550. The note further explains that this iPhone will be available in two different models.

One of these two models is going to have the standard single SIM setup while the other one is going to have the dual SIM dual functionality.

There is further addition to a previous report from Bloomberg which claimed that Apple had been considering the dual SIM feature for this 6.5 inch OLED iPhone since long. Kuo also confirmed in the investor report that the dual SIM will only be featured on the 6.5 inch model and not on the 5.8-inch OLED variant.

Commenting on the price, KGI has reported that the new dual SIM iPhone will be able to establish a completely new segment for the iPhone. The single SIM model would sell for as low as $550 to $650 where as the dual SIM variant will be priced between $650 and $750. And according to Kuo, this can “help increase market share in China and commercial markets.”

This would also help boost the sales of the 6.1 inch LCD iPhone as Kuo has predicted that Apple would be able to hit somewhere between 100 million and 120 million units starting from the third quarter of 2018 and going till the third quarter of 2019.

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