iPhone SE Plus To Sport 6.1-inch Screen And Support Face ID

iPhone SE Plus

Last year, Apple released a new generation of iPhone SE. It comes with the same A13 Bionic chip as the iPhone 11 series. Also, it sports a small-size 4.7-inch screen. And now, there are many official and unofficial news claiming a new handset from this camp is on the road.

Recently, 91mobiles cited a tipster from Twitter who said that the next generation of iPhone SE phones will be called the ‘iPhone SE Plus’.

Moreover, the source disclosed some of its key features. It turns out the iPhone SE Plus screen size will be upgraded from a 16:9 small screen to a 6.1-inch display. And under the hood, it will host the Apple A14 chip. However, there is a possibility that we still will see the A13 SoC.

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In addition, the main camera still uses a single lens of 12MP. The latter supports OIS (optical image stabilization), smart HDR shooting, etc. The front camera uses the same Face ID as the iPhone 12 series.

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iPhone SE Plus

It is worth mentioning that, given that Apple has completely wiped out the LCD screen from the new machine, the inventory of LCD screens is currently only digested by the iPhone 11. However, due to the overall upgrade of the iPhone 12 this year, the current performance of the iPhone 11 model is not outstanding. So Apple is likely to use the iPhone SE Plus to empty the inventory.

iPhone SE Plus And Other Features

In terms of price, the standard version should come at $499, while the high-end version will cost $699.

However, the unlocking method of the new generation of iPhone SE is still a mystery. In addition to Face ID, there are rumors that it may use under-screen fingerprint or side fingerprint recognition method.

In terms of the appearance, the iPhone SE Plus frame will be changed to the right-angle shape of the iPhone 12. Plus, it will add the IP67 dust and water resistance.

As a reference, in 2016, Apple released the first small-screen ‘flagship’ – iPhone SE. After that, it took four full years for Apple to launch the second generation of the SE series, namely the ‘iPhone SE’.

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