Apple released the latest range of iPhone devices almost a month ago, but many fans are already looking forward to the next generation of devices.
The iPhone 11 seems to be the natural choice for those who wish to enjoy the Apple experience at an affordable price, but some users believe that Apple could release a sequel for one of the most popular iPhones offered by the company.
In 2016 the Cupertino giant surprised critics and reviewers alike by announcing the iPhone SE, which was as large as the iPhone 5S but came with the mighty A9 chip and offered an impressive user experience at an excellent price tag.
Apple decided to discontinue the production of the model as iPhone sales started to slow down, but the market may still enjoy a small smartphone, especially people who like compact devices and want to perform basic tasks.
Rumors about the SE2 can be found easily on the internet. Some voices anticipated that the device would sport a glass panel on the back. A leaked video showcased the looks of the device, but it is hard to tell if the device was a real one or an older model that may have been customized to garner views.
The spec list for the possible device is quite impressive, and it will make many potential users happy. It seems that the device will sport a 4-inch Retina panel, with OLED being the favored technology. The lightning-fast A12 Bionic chip will be accompanied by 2G LPDDR4 RAM, and internal storage space will start at 64GB.
Users who love to take photos will enjoy a 12MP rear camera with Dual LED True Tone flash and the ability to record 4K videos at 30 FPS and 1080p at 120 FPS. On the front, a 5MP sensor will be present, and a revamped Touch ID system will allow users to unlock their device without problems.
Until official announcement surfaces, we can only hope that Apple will release the device.
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