The iPhone SE2 looks set to launch by the first quarter of 2018, according to various sources, which is great news for those who want big power from their iPhone in a smaller device and a smaller money outlay. The new budget iPhone will be manufactured by an Indian company called Wistron, who are reportedly increasing their production capabilities in preparation for the iPhone SE2. It is believed the SE2 will be released in India first before anywhere else.
The current iPhone SE on sale has the same A9 chip found in the iPhone 6S, and the new SE2 will pack the A10 chip meaning it will have the same processing power as the iPhone 7. We can assume the SE2 will come with two storage options – 32GB or 128GB, plenty for this upcoming handset. The new iPhone will unsurprisingly sport the current iOS 11. More rumours also suggest a 12MP rear camera and a 5MP camera on the front for those selfies, but we don’t know anymore specs unfortunately.
This phone will be aimed at those wanting a smaller device than the flagship phablets being released at the moment, and will cost far, far less as well. Expect this to have an old screen featured on a previous iPhone, along with the design of iPhone’s old. But it will have better battery life than those old iPhone’s, and will great power from the iPhone 7 – we can’t wait to see the iPhone SE2 hit the stores.