Ghostek the famous case maker had worked on a Galaxy S9 design last year. Now they have teamed up to deliver new iPhone schematics last month. Now it has supplied with renders which displays the best and worst features of Apple exciting budget iPhone X.
Ghostek confirms Apple will indeed give fans the design they want, at the price they want, but not with all the features they want.
All about Apple’s budget iPhone
The good news for the Apple fans is that budget will be soon able to get the same bezel-less design as the iPhone X. Along with complete with face ID facial recognition.
The bad news is buyers won’t get the same dual camera as the iPhone X or even the slightly downgraded version in the iPhone 8 Plus. Instead, they will be restricted to a single rear camera.
Ghostek is confident about this information as it is being used to lock down the company’s update of its Atomic Slim cases.
The budget iPhone will measure 147.12 x 71.52 mm(5.79 x 2.81-inches). It is longer and wider than the current 5.8-inch iPhone: 143.6 x 70.9 mm (5.65 x 2.79-inch).
Yes, as widely rumored, this will be a 6.1-inch phone. This display does have compromises since it will be LCD not OLED. Its budget roots can be seen in the single rear camera. It will also lose 3D Touch, while you will note the notch looks more pronounced. No, performance is already a concern, but with users expected to save approximately $300 for relatively minor concessions.
This far out it is possible for designs to change. For instance, it would be easy for Apple to switch a third iPhone X Plus camera for a standard flash. But with mass production taking several months to ramp up there would be no time for anything other than the minor chassis tweaks.