The iPhone 5C basically uses the hardware platform of the iPhone 5, but changed the glass + aluminum structure to glass + polycarbonate. In layman’s terms, the metal shell was replaced with a plastic shell (the iPhone 3G/3GS is also practical. Kind of plastic). A6 SoC processor, in-cell touch screen, Lightning lightning interface, iSight rear camera, Home button (does not support fingerprint recognition), these are completely unchanged.
Of course, there are some improvements. For example, the front camera and the iPhone 5S are FaceTime HD, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and RF modules all follow the iPhone 5S, and the battery has become larger.
The biggest feature of the iPhone 5C is of course colorful. It is Muto Blue, Camellia Green, Brain Powder, Yellow, Yellow, Green, Pink, Yellow, and White. This review is a pink version.
AnandTech said that he still likes this color very much, and his workmanship is also very good. His hand feels smooth and round, and it looks like a beautiful color paint. In addition to a slight increase in weight, he feels better than the iPhone 5S/5. However, like any other polycarbonate mobile phone, it is easy to get dust and stains. It is good enough to be bright, generally has little effect, and is easier to erase.