Techdy, a company that sells Android knock-offs now claim that they’ve got their hands on the front and rear parts of the lower-cost iPhone. They’ve assembled the parts and created a high resolution video, which gives a good idea at how Apple’s budget iPhone may look like.
The budget iPhone will be made substantially from plastic (we can feel it’s actually polycarbonate material). It will have a 4” screen, like the iPhone 5, and interestingly, the budget iPhone actually has a shape that’s similar to Apple’s original iPod. When we hold the budget iPhone in our hands, the plastic chassis does not feel cheap at all. Unlike the plastic build quality of the Samsung Galaxy phones, the plastic material used on the budget iPhone feels more sturdy.
According to previous reports, the lower-cost iPhone will have 4-inch screen, like the iPhone 5, a bottom like the 5th generation iPod touch, and a shape that’s similar to the iPod classic. So the physical features appears to be in-line with rumors. However, the plastic rear shell does not have the holes for the power button, volume buttons and the SIM card slot.
Techdy have also started selling an Android-based clone based on the design of the plastic iPhone for $199, which they say will ship from September 1st.
Let us know what you think of the lower-cost iPhone. Will you buy one?