So two major companies always going head to head in the smartphone world is definitely Samsung and Apple and both companies have and are launching there newest flagships of the year. Samsung have already introduced the Note 10 device to the world and in the new device Samsung is offering its newest device in rainbow color variants, which means that there are more than two colors in the overall design of the phone. On the opposite end Apple who are yet to release there flagships in the market have decided to look toward a more ecological color type. The iPhone 11 which by the way is the budget model of the iPhone 11 lineup, will be coming out in a new pale green model.
Since Apple has made the color green something of a warning signal (texts that show up as green bubbles in iMessage are a signal that the sender does not — gasp — own an iPhone), it’s surprising that the company isn’t adverse to using that color for its latest devices. However, green is apparently a laudatory hue when it refers to the latest version of Apple’s lower-cost iPhone.
The All new device will also get the color option of purple which according to The Verge is for those users who would like to feel royal and in addition to that the new device will be made available in the previous standardized colors such as white and black while users will also get the option of a yellow and red color phone as well. No longer available are the previous blue and coral colors, which have been discontinued for at least this years lineup.
Of course, the color of the new phone will not be the only advantage. Now while this lower-cost variant in the line won’t have the three-camera system of iPhone 11 Pro or Max, it will have the ability to do an automatic Night mode and an ultra-wide view. However you’re into the color green whether it’s because of the ecological implications or because you simply like the color then you will have to see and try the new phone by yourself we are sure you will get a pretty satisfactory experience