So if you don’t remember us we were the real source behind the launch of the upgraded iPhone SE in 2018. Back in August, we had reported that Apple is planning to launch the iPhone SE 2 and later our report was backed by Focus Taiwan, and in November 2017 there was a detailed report published on China’s Economic Daily about iPhone SE 2, and it is also covered by Forbes, and other big newsmakers, the Economic Daily uncovered the pricing and specifications similar to our previous report. If we focus on a recent news about the SE 2, then technology analysts TrendForce claimed via 9to5Mac that a new small iPhone is surely coming this year.So let’s come straight to the point now. Recently, we got a tip from a very reliable source that the iPhone SE 2 will have a glass back panel just like the iPhone 8 series and iPhone X. This also backs the leaked image of previous the so-called iPhone SE 2, which showed up with a glass panel. However, we are sure that the design will get some improvements and we already had listed some renders that were created by our team on the basis of information we got. The source also told us that the upgraded iPhone SE might support wireless charging and hence the implementation of glass back makes a lot of sense.Recalling our previous report, the price of the SE 2 will be around Rs. 25,000 in India which is approximately around 400$ dollars in the US. In terms of the specification, it will be powered by the A10 quad-core chipset along with 2GB RAM. The display size of the next iPhone will be somewhere around 4-4.2 inches. It will run on the latest iOS and will come with 32GB and 128GB internal storage options. It is expected to have 1700mAh battery which is quite bigger than its previous model. The device will have a 12 megapixel rear and 5-megapixel front cameras. We also believe that the price could slightly vary depending on the impact of local smartphone manufacturing in the Indian budget which is about to be introduced on Feb 1st, 2018.
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