With Apple slashing prices for the older-generation iPhones after the launch of the new ones, the iPhone 5C and the iPhone 5S are seeing a further price drop in India.
Well, it is also said that another variant will be launched, which would support dual-SIM card. This information was released by Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI securities in some investor note.
It is said that the phone worth Rs 36,000 will have features like iPhone X and would also have a 6.1 inch LCD screen. Instead of OLED screen,
Moreover, it is said to have TrueDepth camera and all-screen design. It would have a dual-SIM support which no iPhone has ever had.
Other 2 models that are expected to be launched are iPhone x2 and iPhone X2 Plus.
In the Indian market, dual-SIM and that too in iPhone can be very beneficial. We doubt whether this phone would have expandable storage or not.
On dual-SIM iPhone would allow you to keep your regular number (everyone knows) active on one SIM, while getting cheaper data from a local SIM bought in the country or countries you’re visiting.
This could make the supposed dual-SIM iPhone a popular import for those who can only buy the single-SIM variant in their country. US consumers importing the 6.1-inch iPhone and iPhone X2 Plus from Asia at launch? That’d be an interesting switch.