iPhone 5se (aka 6c) allegedly photographed next to an iPhone 5

iPhone 5se (aka 6c) allegedly photographed next to an iPhone 5
Later this year, Apple will reportedly release a new 4-inch iPhone, which, according to the latest information, could be called iPhone 5se (not iPhone 6c, as previously believed). The new handset should be regarded as an enhanced iPhone 5s, though it appears that it won't share its design with the iPhone from 2013. Instead, the iPhone 5se is expected to look like a mini iPhone 6.

The photo that you're seeing below - click to enlarge - was posted over at Dutch website OneMoreThing, and reportedly shows the upcoming 4-inch iPhone (on the right). On the left of the alleged iPhone 5se / 6c, we can see an iPhone 5 - which, as you may know, sports a 4-inch screen, thus being just as large as the unannounced model. While this photo seems to be genuine (as in: not digitally altered or edited), there's no way of telling if the device on the right is indeed the iPhone 5se. It could be just a copy made somewhere in China.

Regardless of what it will look like, the iPhone 5se should be powered by Apple's A8 chipset, the same that we can find inside the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus from 2014. The new handset should also feature NFC, an 8 MP rear camera, a 1.2 MP front-facing camera, and Live Photos.

It's said that the iPhone 5se will be available in four color versions: Silver, Space Gray, Gold, and Rose Gold. These are exactly the same color options for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Apple may announce the iPhone 5se in March, and could start selling it soon after that for $449. Interested? Or is a 4-inch handset too small for 2016?


source: OneMoreThing via 9to5Mac

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