iPhone SE 2 incoming in second half of next year, says report

Apple has been rather quiet on the successor of the iPhone SE and who can blame it? With the amount of success it has been having with the release of the iPhone X, to the extent that even the latter managed to sell out in just a few minutes in Samsung’s own backyard, the iPhone SE 2 would be the last thing on the company’s mind.

iPhone SE 2 incoming in second half of next year, says report

However, before we would expect it, the iPhone SE 2 launch period has been set for the first half of 2018 meaning that the device could be launched alongside the new iPad Pro models. According to the report from Economic News Daily, Taiwanese manufacturer Wistron will most likely be assembling the units in India.

As for the specifications, iPhone SE 2 is most likely not going to be seeing the same hardware as the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus or iPhone X due to the fact that Apple will be planning to price it at the same point at its predecessor. For the hardware, we could be seeing an Apple A10 Fusion, the same chipset that is present in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

It might not be as powerful as the A11 Bionic, but as long as it beats the likes of the Snapdragon 835, Exynos 8895 and Kirin 970, it probably will not matter to the user.

Also, it does not look like Apple is going to be using a dual camera for the iPhone SE 2 due to cost cutting and we do not believe that we will be seeing a bezel-less display present in the iPhone X either. An OLED screen is not going to be present so Apple will probably be sticking to an IPS LCD.

Pricing details of the iPhone SE 2 have not been detailed but when more leaks come through, we’ll eventually know what Apple will be planning for its 4-inch iPhone.

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