Apple iPhone 5C currently Available on EMI Best Offers: Top 10 Online Deals To Buy In India

By Harish

Apple's Indian adventure has been a sort of a mixed one with the company not making that much business as it initially expected, but has still garnered enough popularity in India to be seen almost in every part of the country.

The company, keeping up with its popularity in the States, has understood the market in India is still in its growing phases and will still take some time before it eventually emerges into a full fledged market as expected.


And to make sure that Apple maintains a presence in the market, the company has continued to release iPhone handsets that come with their usual build and specs quality. And one such device is the iPhone 5c.

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Going through the specs once again, the phone is made from high-quality plastic and has a 4-inch Retina Display (1136x 640p, 326ppi). The device is powered by A6 mobile chipset. There's an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a much improved HD ready camera on the front.

The makers of the 5c, whose 8GB variant is currently expected to arrive in India some time down the line, have added a large size battery fitted inside. The phone runs

latest iOS 7 mobile OS. Apple iPhone 5C does not come with an option to expand on-board memory via a microSD card slot. The phone uses 8MP rear-facing camera with a single LED Flash and a 1.2MP front-facing shooter.

So if you are interested in the device and looking to buy it with as less cash as possible, we got you covered with a list of the best deals in the town you could consider. Here are the top 10 among those.

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