Although the latest iPhone 11 series was released not too long ago, many users are already looking forward to the next generation of iPhones. We aren’t just talking about the iPhone 12, but the long waited iPhone SE2 as well. In this regard, today we have some fresh renders based on what we know of the next iPhone SE2.
iPhone SE2 Concept Render Looks Better Than Expected
The renders come from the Youtube channel ConceptsiPhone. As we can see in the images, the iPhone SE 2 appears to bring once again the tougher design of the original iPhone SE, with a flat metal frame and no curved bezels. We then find the typical iPhone notch at the top, just like in the last generations.
Moving onto the back of the phone, here we have a very similar setup to the iPhone 11; with a rectangular camera module. Meanwhile the volume rockers have once again a rounded design.
As far as specs go, previous rumors suggest the iPhone SE2 will use a 4.7-inch LCD screen; while packing the same A13 bionic chip as the iPhone 11 series. It’ll also only support 4G connectivity, it’ll equip 3GB LPDDR4X RAM, 64GB/128GB of NAND Flash storage and no 3D Touch.
Additionally, in terms of color options, the handset will be available in three colors: deep space gray, white and red.
A famous Chinese leaker, Guo Mingyu, previously reported that Apple will launch the new iPhone SE2 in the first quarter of next year, starting at about $399. So we might find out more about it sooner than later.
As for the render, if it does actually look like it, some might even prefer the more iPhone SE2 to the flagship iPhone 12; which of course would cost more as well.