The next iPhone SE will reportedly look like an iPhone 8, but it’ll be as fast as the iPhone 11

The rumored iPhone SE 2 is back in the news after Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple analyst with a reliable track record, recently stated that Apple is supposed to release the phone in early 2020. While previous rumors of the iPhone SE 2 have dispersed, this launch window, along with other details about its supposed design of Kuo (via 9to5Mac ), corroborates a recent report of Nikkei that is made echo of similar information.

The successor of the iPhone SE 2016 may look more like an iPhone 8 than an iPhone 5, Kuo predicts, which would give a more modern look to Apple's small mid-range phone. In case you absorb that design, some older features of the iPhone will remain a bit longer, such as its Touch ID fingerprint sensor and thick upper and lower bezels. Last month, Bloomberg reported that Apple's next low-cost iPhone would resemble iPhone 8 and introduce Touch ID.

On the issue of performance, Kuo indicates that this 2020 device could feature an A13 processor and 3 GB of RAM, more or less matching what is on the iPhone 11. This could be a powerful small phone, two descriptors I know a lot of people (including myself) want on a smartphone and are currently unattended. It just won't be as small and easy to use with just one hand as the iPhone 5-style SE was.

One thing that is not yet clear about the new device is its price. The main attraction of the original iPhone SE was its price of $ 399, which helped Apple reach customers who didn't want to spend hundreds of dollars more on a flagship phone or couldn't pay. But with the latest Apple hardware that are targeting the next version of the iPhone SE, tell me skeptical that it will debut at the same price.

Earlier last year, Kuo claimed that the iPhone SE 2 would not see a release, or at least was not in the letters for a release in 2018. That was not the last word we heard on the device that year, but Things shut up. It's hard to say right now if it will be released, but the rumors seem to be converging on key details, so we can hear more soon.

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