Apple has long been rumored to release an iPhone SE successor – tentatively called the iPhone SE 2 – that was expected to jazz things up with the more powerful internals while maintaining its palm-friendly sleek design.
Fast forward to January 2020, and the iPhone SE 2’s first leak-based sketches and 360-degree video appeared online, the same time frame that tipped the phone to reach mass production. The alleged renders of the iPhone SE 2 reveal an 8-like design of the iPhone, down to the single back camera, thick bezels, and the touch ID button. The SE 2 is said to feature a 4.7-inch IPS LCD Retina display, which could also debut with the iPhone 9 name.
Tipster @OnLeaks, in collaboration with iGeeksBlog, provides the iPhone SE 2 CAD renders and the 360-degree video. One look at the SE 2 models, and for the iPhone 8, and understandably so, most people would confuse it. But to differentiate between the two phones, there will be a few differentiating variables, both internally and externally. And unlike the iPhone 8’s glossy finish, the iPhone SE 2 is rumored to go for a frosted glass finish similar to the iPhone 11 Pro. In comparison, the iPhone SE 2 seems to have a stainless steel frame that looks like it was selected straight from the iPhone X.
On the rear, there is a single camera that most likely borrows its imaging hardware from the well-received iPhone XR, given the budget status of the iPhone SE 2. Thanks to thick bezels and the circular home button with the Touch ID fingerprint sensor embedded in it, the iPhone SE successor looks virtually identical to the iPhone 8 on the front. The expected screen size is a 4.7-inch IPS LCD Retina display, which means we are looking at a 326ppi ballpark HD resolution with a pixel density.
As far as pricing is concerned, if we see the launch of the Apple iPhone SE 2, it is likely to remain Apple’s most affordable iPhone. The first price rumor for iPhone SE 2 was about $450, which seems to be credible.
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