Apple’s ‘iPhone Lite’ with 1 GB RAM Now in Mass Production

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A set of leaked documents appeared last Friday, showing that Apple will be releasing various models of their flagship smartphone. One is aimed at the traditional iPhone consumers, while the other one is the so-called ‘iPhone Lite’. Additionally, both devices are claimed to feature 1 GB of RAM.

Pointing a Chinese forum site as a source, gadget website Phone Arena posted a number of slide documents that are said to layout the specifics of the purported next-gen iPhone and the iPhone Lite.

The documents give two different codenames for the devices: Zenvo and Zagato/Bertone. Zenvo is said to boast H5P dual-core processor built by Samsung that is clocked 1.23 GHz. It also features 1 GB of RAM and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity. The Zagato, on the other hand, will have the more advanced H6P processor and TDD 4G LTE support. This is most likely to be the more expensive model among the two.

In addition, the leaked documents surfaced with the new images of plastic rear casing for the iPhone Lite. This goes in line with the previous leaked images of the iPhone Lite’s alleged casing.

The veracity of the documents is difficult to ascertain, but a source tells Apple-centric website Apple Insider that it could be legitimate. Regardless, the truth about the iPhone Lite and a next-generation iPhone with 1 GB RAM will be confirmed once Apple releases official details.

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