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iPhone 5C glimpsed in blue and other colors, doesn't look awful

Sharif Sakr
09.02.13
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Our previous look at a tangled pile of iPhone 5C's wasn't especially flattering, and it only showed the plain white version of the rumored handset. The newer image above is impossible to authenticate, but it's a tad more sympathetic and it comes from a batch of photos of yellow, pink and blue plastic iPhones (or perhaps knock-offs) that briefly appeared on Chinese site iapps.im before being deleted at the request of a "relevant party." Although there are definitely some echoes of Nokia's Lumia 620 here, the close-up shot of the blue model suggests we may be looking at something a bit thinner, with slightly less rounded edges, and with a non-removable unibody that may also have a more serious matte finish -- although the translucent packaging makes it hard to be sure. Go ahead and squint at the other photos after the break.

iPhone 5C glimpsed in blue and other colors, doesn't look awful

iPhone 5C glimpsed in blue and other colors, doesn't look awful

Via: 9to5Mac, CNET
Source: iapps.im
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