Apple’s Budget Phone May Have A Single Rear Camera And 6.1inch IPS LCD - Renders Leaked

Posted: Jun 7 2018, 5:23am CDT | by , in Apple

 

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Apple’s budget phone may have a single rear camera and 6.1inch IPS LCD  - Renders leaked

With three variants powered by distinctively optimized specs Apple is gearing up to dominate the global smartphone market.

If the newly leaked renders of the upcoming iPhones are to be believed, Apple is all set to launch three new iPhones with distinctive screens sizes - 5.8-inch, 6.1-inch and 6.5-inch respectively. With three variants powered by distinctively optimized specs Apple is gearing up to dominate the global smartphone market.

While it was expected that all of the three iPhones will feature OLED screens, the recent leaks indicate that just two of them are to boast OLED screens. Perhaps, the 6.1-inch variant will be having a regular IPS LCD Panel and it is not disappointing as it will roll out as a budget-phone. According to the leaked renders, the iPhones haven’t gone through rigorous design changes as compared with iPhone X.

Seeing at the renders, we have a notched design, side bezels, glass on the front and back, aluminum side frame and a slim upper with a similar aspect ratio of 19.5:9. Moving on to the 6.1-inch model, the very first thing to notice about it is its single camera on the back. A solid sign of a budget phone from Apple with an IPS LCD and single camera.

The Bell, a Korean media outlet claims that the aforementioned iPhone still have some technical difficulties and it isn’t ready for mass production. Hence, the launch of this budget-iPhone will be delayed minimum by two months. Now the good news is, the successor of iPhone X and iPhone X Plus are ready for mass manufacturing with OLED panels.

Be ready as the cash registers will be raking in money by the end of this year. The 6.1-inch variant of iPhone has LCD panels manufactured by Japan Display (JDI) and LG. As per the sources, they aren't meeting the requirements and these technical complications aren't expected to get solved before November.

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