This is not a review of the new iPhone 5s, but of the titanium version.
It is a bit of a surprise to find that a product of the company that made the iPhone 4S was actually a better-looking handset than the iPhone 6s.
It’s not just a matter of how good the metal looks.
Titanium, as you might expect, has a lot of interesting properties that make it stand out in a phone that is also an electronic device.
The titanium version of iPhone 5 has a lower density, which is something that will give the device a much stronger and more resilient case.
The material also offers a lot more conductivity and a longer life.
We have seen titanium phones before and, in a way, we’ve been looking forward to seeing it for a while.
It can withstand the pressures of a large smartphone while still remaining durable.
The iPhone 5 is also much more attractive than the other titanium versions, and there are some very good reasons to prefer the titanium iPhone 5 over the other ones.
But even though it’s a better looking handset, it has a slightly lower density than the others.
It has a higher density of 1.3 millimeters, which means it has less surface area to absorb the energy of the charge.
It also has a softer, lighter metal.
We don’t like the feeling that we’re looking at an iPhone 5 with a thinner, lighter screen.
It feels like a piece of aluminum and it’s definitely not comfortable to hold.
The back is a slightly raised one.
The display is a 5.7-inch LCD.
The design of the screen is similar to that of the iPad Pro, and the phone is made from an alloy of aluminum, titanium, magnesium, and carbon fiber.
It features a 2.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, which allows for an Adreno 540 GPU.
It comes with 32GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, microSD, Bluetooth 4.0, a 1,920 x 1,080-pixel Super AMOLED display, and dual front-facing speakers.
We like the fingerprint sensor on the back.
The front is also quite good.
It offers a 5MP rear camera, a 13MP front-camera, and a 5mp front-cam.
There’s no fingerprint sensor and it has no headphone jack.
We also don’t know the battery life.
It runs out of power in under two hours on a single charge, which might not be too bad for a phone this small.
The phone comes in two variants: the Titanium Black model with a 4,000mAh battery and the Titanium Silver model with an 8,000-mAh battery.
Both the batteries are claimed to be the best in the market, but we can’t verify this.
There are also other options in the iPhone lineup that don’t feature the battery capacity of the Black model.
However, we like that the phone has the metal back, so we’ll just leave that option for now.