- Tram Ho
iPhone SE is Apple’s last compact smartphone, which was first launched in 2016. The phone has a design inspired by the iPhone 5s, while the hardware configuration has many similarities. dong with iPhone 6s.
Despite being stoned at launch for nothing new, the iPhone SE has quite impressive sales, contributing significantly to Apple’s current success. In addition, there are also many users who are still passionate about the iPhone with its compact design and are looking forward to the arrival of the iPhone SE 2 – the successor to 2020.
According to recent reports, iPhone SE 2 still applies the old design language of Apple, but it may appear with the new name as iPhone 9. Based on leaked information, famous leaker @ OnLeaks has create a series of renderings of this phone and share it online, thereby giving us a clearer view of the design of the device before its launch.
iPhone SE 2 (or iPhone 9) is expected to have a small 4.7-inch LCD screen, physical dimensions of 138.5 x 67.4 x 7.8 mm and a rear camera protruding 0.8mm from the back. Although there are many similarities in design with the 2017 iPhone 8, the iPhone SE 2 is rumored to have a frosted glass back quite similar to the iPhone 11 Pro, instead of the glossy back.
Regarding the camera, iPhone SE 2 will be equipped with a single camera at the back. In addition, a series of new renderings also confirms the phone will have a Touch ID fingerprint sensor and a physical home button. Inside, the device will carry the hardware power from Apple’s A13 Bionic processor and is expected to have a larger capacity battery.
360-degree video rendering of iPhone 9 (or iPhone SE 2)
According to predictions, iPhone SE 2 (or iPhone 9) will be released in the first quarter of 2020. At the moment, there is no information on the exact name of the device. Obviously, the “9” suffix also sounds plausible and feels like a successor to the iPhone 8. Of course, Apple could absolutely use the name “iPhone SE 2”, otherwise want to go back to using numbers to name your products.
Nguồn bài viết : Genk