iPhone SE 2 is a smartphone that the majority of the Apple fans have been waiting after the original 4-inch handset debut back in 2016. Note that after years of rumors and speculation, it looks like fresh details may have come out of the device and they are likely very disappointing for many.
iPhone SE2- What to Expect?
It is important to note that the iPhone SE 2 may very well be the most elusive handset of all time but before every recent iPhone event, fans have whipped themselves into excitement to see the successor of the device.
For your information, after seeing that the Californian company is pushing the smartphone industry in terms of border less screen designs. The mention of an iPhone SE 2 will immediately conjure up a new mobile retaining the same footprint just like the predecessor. In other words, an iPhone X display design will be squeezed into the body of the iPhone 5S.
The outlet has shown its vision of an iPhone SE 2 with the same industrial design just like the predecessor but with an entirely new display on its front. In reality, the hardware was shown with minute bezels with a notch at its top for Face ID and AniMoji.
The concept images circling on the internet will surely get many Apple fans reaching for their wallets with the excitement. But the same cannot be said of the latest leak on the iPhone SE 2.
According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, he claimed the American tech powerhouse is planning to launch a successor to the iPhone SE in the first quarter of next year. In addition to this, he declared the hardware will be having a design similar to the iPhone 8. If this is true, then the device may not be as small as fans are expecting.
Kuo’s claims suggest the iPhone SE 2 may tote a 4.7-inch LCD display and have a Touch ID home button, not Apple’s innovative Face ID tech.
He further added that the new handset will come with an A13 Bionic processor, 3GB of RAM and a price tag that will be more affordable as compared to Apple’s most recent iPhones.
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