The iPhone SE 2 is reported to have the same renderings as the previous generation of the iPhone SE released in 2016, complete with a bangs full screen, four rounded corners, and a rear single-shot lens.
This was discerned by IT House from the mobile shell renderings by Amazon’s third-party film sellers who produced the tempered film of the iPhone SE 2, along with the iPhone SE 2 mobile phone cases found on the Amazon marketplace website.
With similar features to that of the iPhone 5S, the core configuration of the upcoming iPhone SE 2 is supposed to comprise the A9 processor (as found in the iPhone 6S) or the A10 Fusion processor. The phone is also supposed to have an additional rose gold design.
While nothing has been officially announced, it has been stated on many sites that the iPhone SE 2 would have the features of a 4.5-inch display screen, 2GB RAM and an inbuilt 32GB memory, Quad-Core, 2.34 GHz Processor, 12 MP rear camera and 1.2 MP front camera, iOS 10, and a 1750 mAh battery.
Moreover, Apple had launched an official online AppleCare+ service plan for the iPhone SE, which seems to imply that Apple is almost all ready to release its iPhone SE 2 and subsequent SE generation smartphones.
Apple’s upcoming spring product launch on March 25 has the theme of “It’s Show Time,” and it might not be too daring to expect that the smartphone might be announced at this launch, along with new hardware and other products.