As rumors have it, Apple announced the second generation of the iPhone SE, the terminal that Cupertino’s team launched in mid-2016.
This handset does not replace the iPhone 11 or the iPhone 11 Pro, much less the iPhone XR, which is still being sold. It is the entry point to Apple’s ecosystem, its most accessible handset.
This iPhone SE is designed like the iPhone 6, with its corresponding top and bottom frames, around a 4.7-inch LCD with IPS technology, 1334×750 pixels (326dpi) resolution, 1400:1 contrast, and 625-nit maximum brightness.
In the lower frame is the fingerprint reader with Touch ID, which allows to unlock the phone and accept payments in shops, applications and websites.
Inside is the A13 Bionic chipset, the same one that carries the iPhone 11 and its Pro variant, with the third generation Neural Engine. There are three options to choose from in terms of internal storage: 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB.
Its main camera is 12 megapixel with wide angle, an f/1.8 aperture, up to 5x digital zoom and portrait mode with advanced bokeh effect and depth control. Compared to iPhone 11, it has no night mode, no ultrawide mode, and no HDR in 60fps video.
The front camera is 7 megapixel with f/2.2 aperture, and also features a bokeh portrait mode.
The battery is similar to that of iPhone 8 and is compatible with both quick-charging systems (50% in half an hour with an 18W charger) and wireless Qi charging.