Report: Apple iPhone SE 2 to feature 4.2-inch screen; device will be introduced at WWDC?

Late last year, there was talk about Apple releasing a sequel to the lowest priced iPhone in its lineup, the Apple iPhone SE. Subsequent reports said that Apple would release only 3 iPhone models in 2018 including a 6.1-inch model with an LCD display and a single rear-facing camera (iPhone 9), a 5.8-inch unit with an OLED panel (iPhone Xs) and a huge 6.5-inch version with an OLED display (iPhone Xs Plus). All three models would include the TrueDepth Camera and Face ID.

But that apparently isn't the last word about a possible Apple iPhone SE 2. Out of China comes word that the phone could still be launched this year, carrying a slightly larger 4.2-inch display (vs. 4-inches on the original generation model). Under the hood will be the A10 fusion chipset, and the device is expected to feature 2GB of RAM along with 32GB of native storage. There also will be a variant offering 128GB of native storage. The iPhone SE 2 will not use the iPhone X's edge-to-edge display and will sport the Touch ID home button. This will be the second gen version of the fingerprint scanner, which is faster than the OG unit employed on the iPhone SE.

According to the latest speculation, the Apple iPhone SE 2 will be introduced at WWDC 2018. The other day, we told you that the annual developer conference could take place between June 4th through the 8th. The price in China will reportedly be 4,000 Yuan ($630.16 USD).

source: (translated) via RedmondPie

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iPhone SE (2020)
  • Display 4.7 inches
    1334 x 750 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP (Single camera)
    7 MP front
  • Hardware Apple A13 Bionic
    3GB RAM
  • Storage 64GB, not expandable
  • Battery 1821 mAh
  • OS iOS 13.x


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