iPhone SE 2 renders show iPhone 8-like design with Touch ID

iPhone SE 2 renders

Fans of smaller smartphones haven’t had much to get excited about lately as the typical screen size of phones continues to grow, but the upcoming iPhone SE 2 may finally give those folks a small alternative to the big screen smartphone trend.

New renders claim to show the iPhone SE 2, which is expected to have a 4.7-inch display and a design similar to the iPhone 8. The CAD-based renders from OnLeaks and iGeeksBlog suggest that the iPhone SE 2 will have a frosted glass back and centered Apple logo, similar to the iPhone 11 Pro.

This iPhone SE 2 has a Touch ID fingerprint reader and large bezels, just like the iPhone 8 that launched in 2017. There’s a single rear camera, too, though it could be an upgrade from the 12MP camera found on the iPhone 8. Also expected to be upgraded on this iPhone SE 2 is the processor, which may be an A13 processor like the one found in the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro.

iPhone SE 2 renders Touch ID

Today’s report suggests that the in addition to sharing the iPhone 8’s design, the iPhone SE 2 could be similar in size to that device, too. The iPhone SE 2 reportedly measures 138.5 x 67.4 x 7.8mm, which is similar in length and width but slightly thicker than the iPhone 8 that measures 138.4 x 67.3 x 7.3mm.

Past rumors have suggested that the iPhone SE 2 could launch as soon as Q1 2020 at a price of $399. That’s the same price that the original iPhone SE launched with in 2016.

While this iPhone SE 2’s 4.7-inch screen would be a good bit larger than the 4-inch display found on the iPhone SE, it would still be considerably smaller than most other smartphones on the market. Even Apple is all about big screens, with 5.8-inch display on the iPhone 11 Pro being the smallest screen in Apple’s trio of new iPhone 11 smartphones.

If the rumors of a $399 price are true, this iPhone SE 2 could also be an affordable way for consumers to get an iPhone with Apple’s latest A13 processor. While this iPhone SE 2 may not stand up to Apple’s newest iPhones 11 with their multi-rear camera setups and edge-to-edge screens, it should still offer great performance for years to come with that A13 chipset.

iPhone SE 2 renders angle

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