New images have emerged of the HTC One M8 Ace, which is expected to feature a plastic body with the same specs as the metal M8, and which may be considerably cheaper than Samsung's Galaxy S5.
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Reports suggest that HTC is planning to release a plastic-body variant of the HTC One M8 smartphone, which will be significantly cheaper than the original aluminum version.
A new report from the Wall Street Journal claims that Apple won't use the plastic casing design for its next two iPhone models coming in 2014, and repeated rumors both will have larger screens.
New images that allegedly show the back of the iPhone 5C plastic case have been posted by a known Apple info leaker, and this time the photos are of fairly high quality.
New images seem to show a long-rumored plastic iPhone being compared to the iPhone 5. If these are legit we may see Apple finally launch a low-end device for the smartphone market.
A supposed rear shell for Apple's rumored budget iPhone has been leaked. But whether the image is legitimate or not, would a low-cost iPhone boost Apple's fortunes?
Apple is expected to release a "budget" iPhone during 2013, which will compete with mid-range Android and Windows Phones. The cheaper iPhone is said to be made from plastic, with various colors.
Samsung's mobile unit VP, Y.H. Lee, has said that the Galaxy S IV will continue to use the plastic design. Lee cited Samsung's need to create large quantities of phones as the reason.
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