New iPhone 6C Concept Image Shows Ultraslim, iPod Touch-like Design

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By Kristin Dian Mariano | January 24, 2014 1:49 PM EST

A new iPhone 6C concept image has emerged featuring an ultraslim body and iPod Touch-like design.

Designer Dani Yako did it again submitting a new concept design to Concept-Phones for iPhone 6C. After his successful renders on iPhone, he had another concept image of iPhone 6C packing a bigger screen. The screen panel measures 4.7 inches diagonally. The screen has a full HD resolution. iPhone 6C concept image's screen is an IPS LCD.

Under the hood, iPhone 6C render packs a 64-bit quadcore A8 processor clocked 1.9 GHz and a PowerVR G6430, which is a quadcore graphics chipset. The handset will also pack 3 GB of RAM on board and up to 128 GB of storage.

Dani Yako imagined an upgrade on the camera and the handset will have a 12 megapixel unit with LED flash, BSI, image stabilization, HDR and voice activation. Video is shot in 1080p at 60 FPS and video HDR this time. The concept image also packs an 8 megapixel front-facing camera.

The device has a waistline of 6.5 mm, which makes it fit in the hand of the user. The smartphone weighs about 120 grams making it very light. The design is quite similar to the latest generation of iPod Touch. Like its predecessor, iPhone 5C, the smartphone comes in different colors. It is a guess that the smartphone will be housed in a plastic body.

Previous iPhone 6C concept image claimed that "C" stands for "curved" because of the rumored curved display that will be packed in the next iPhone.

Meanwhile, iPhone 6 will arrive in June at the annual Worldwide Developers Conference. The next iPhone will be launched alongside the reported iWatch and a new iOS version. Other reports claimed the smartphone will be launched in September.

According to rumors, two iPhones are coming this year: one with 4.7-inch screen display and another with 5.7-inch screen panel. iPhone 6 will be powered by A8 processor and will run with iOS 8. iPhone 6 will keep the fingerprint sensor but with new features and capabilities. 

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