After more than one year of speculation, the much-awaited low-cost Apple iPhone is finally coming out. It has been expected that the 2020 iPhone also known as the iPhone 9 and iPhone SE 2 is coming up soon.
A note on the name, substantially. As we found out, the current iPhone will not follow up on the old iPhone SE with its form factor. However, Kuo has been referring to this small size phone as iPhone SE from the beginning.
2020 iPhone SE Design
The 2020 iPhone SE will feature an iPhone 8-like design, as stated previously by the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. In comparison to the bezel-less style and the iPhone 11 authentication Face ID, the smartphone will have a 4.7-inch display with a Home button.
A single-lens rear camera is allegedly mounted on the back. In an effort to hold costs down, the camera configuration of the 2020 iPhone is fairly clear, although it is still unclear whether apps will allow features such as portrait mode.
iPhone SE Technical Specification
The LCD screen of 4.7-inch would not be high-definition, but the same definition as the iPhone 8 750×1334, which will be less expensive. It is more than good, but it won’t have the sharpness like iPhone 11 or the vivid charm of the OLED screen of the iPhone 11 Pro.
If only 32 GB of onboard storage were available, it would mean it iPhone 9 was a true budget phone and even those that did not have high-power phones would be interested in this. It’d be pretty stingy how many software and media you would save on there.
It indicates also that the SE will be 0.5 mm thicker than the iPhone 8 for 2020, with an average thickness of 7.8 mm. Aside from that, the product will be the same as the iPhone 8.
Pricing & Release Date
We are now ready to launch the iPhone 9 on April 15. That comes from Jon Prosser, a journalist who posted on Twitter that Apple had tentatively revealed the phone’s release date on April 15 with the iPhone being delivered on April 22.
The well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that the iPhone SE 2 is going to be lower than $400. This would cost $399 (roughly around Rs 31,000) in total. That is expected to be around £ 399 in the UK if it is valid. We think it would replace the iPhone 8, which was presumably dropped in September.