Apple may introduce iPhone SE successor in 2020 | Cell phone

With plans to regain space in countries like India and China, Apple works on a phone with lower prices. It is expected to succeed the iPhone SE, which was introduced by the company in 2016 and ceased to be sold in 2018.

Apple iPhone SE (Photo by Andri Koolme / Flickr)

According to Nikkei Asian Review, Apple has not decided on the name of the new smartphone, but plans to launch it in the first half of 2020. It would look like the iPhone 8 and would also have a 4.7-inch LCD screen.

The information coincides with what was published in April, when the Economic Daily News signaled the company’s plans to present the successor to the iPhone SE in 2020. The website says the new phone will feature a simple rear camera and 128 GB of storage.

The successor to the iPhone SE would help Apple make up for lost space in some countries for manufacturers like Huawei, Samsung and Xiaomi. That’s because it would have a much more competitive price than the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.

According to reports Nikkei, Apple has not yet set the price for the new phone. The iPhone SE, which had a 4-inch LCD screen, launched for $ 399. In two years, the model has sold about 40 million units.

And, although it is similar to the iPhone 8, the successor of the iPhone SE should have several components identical to those that will be offered in the iPhone 11 models, which will be launched on Tuesday (10).

Apple plans to launch an iPhone 11 with dual camera, in addition to iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max with triple camera. The iPhone 11 must follow the line of the iPhone XR, with LCD screen. All should have an A13 processor, Haptic Touch, Face ID and Lightning port.

With information: The Verge.

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