iPhone 7 speculated to sport a larger camera as per images leaked by a repair shop in China
Last week, we reported how a repair shop in China, called Rock Fix has posted images of iPhone 7 components that show dual-SIM support, 3.5 mm headphone port and 256 GB of storage. The same shop is now back with another leak according to Engadget. This time they have posted a picture of 4.7 inch iPhone's rear casing. The big change here that can be seen is a larger camera CMOS sensor which can contain larger pixels to capture more light.
Rock Fix also iterated the fact that the 4.7 inch iPhone 7 might arrive in two variants, one to replace the 2014 iPhone 6 model and the other that is being imaged here. The larger iPhone 7 Plus is still expected to sport a dual-lens camera. Both sized iPhones are speculated to have dual-SIM slots which will give them a major boost in markets like China and India where dual SIM phones are a craze. However, all of the above are just rumors at this point and nothing stands confirmed at the moment. Hopefully, things would start getting more clear as the launch date gets nearer.
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