Apple might launch its new affordable smartphones in April: Here’s what we know so far
According to leaks, iPhone SE3 has dimensions exactly the same as iPhone SE 2020, measuring at 138.4 x 67.3 x 7.3 mm. It looks quite similar in design to its previous model as well, featuring the signature stylish look, but the front side shows a bit of a change, looking similar to iPhone XR. For all latest news, follow The Daily Star’s Google News channel. While previous rumours suggested the display size to be 6 inches, the latest leaks state the screen
is slightly under that, measured at 131.3 x 60.2 mm, or 5.69 inches. Previous rumours also suggested that this phone will come equipped with a Hexa Core processor, 3 GB RAM and 64 GB storage, though this information hasn’t been contested yet. The latest leaks also state that the iPhone SE3 will not feature the big forehead, chin and touch ID buttons as the older models. Similar to iPhone SE 2020, the single-lens camera and the flashlight function will still be on the backside. However, the leaked images show that the Apple logo isn’t to be found on the centre-backside, moving slightly towards the top in this upcoming model. The notch is expected to be positioned on top.
This lightweight phone should prove to be a worthwhile addition to those looking for more affordable iPhone options. iPhone SE3 is expected to be released around April this year, and will likely be priced at about US$399. However, like most other currently available information regarding the next-generation iPhone SE, nothing is confirmed as of yet.