One gets the feeling that Min-Chi Kuo knows everything. Who is it? The famous analyst, accurately predicting the latest Apple (and other companies). His information – as a rule – is reliable.
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This time, Min-Chi Kuo announced the iPhone SE 2. From insiders, he learned about the long-awaited smartphone. The successor to the "budget" iPhone will be presented very soon.
The model is almost ready. The iPhone SE 2 will go into mass production in early 2020. Roughly – in the month of January. When to wait for the announcement?
Be patient until the second half of March. It is then that the device will be presented. The iPhone SE 2 will go on sale a couple of weeks after.
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Pre-orders will begin to be accepted sooner. The above recalls the story of the original iPhone SE. In 2016, the numbers were similar.
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What about the price? If you believe the leaks, for the iPhone SE 2 they will ask for $ 399. Translated into Russian money – about 25 thousand rubles. The announced amount will be enough for the version with 64 GB of flash memory.
The gadget specifications are already known (thanks to informants). Externally, iPhone SE 2 will look like iPhone 8. In a similar style. The screen size is 4.7 inches.
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For 3D Touch forget – it is not. But Apple did not save on the processor. The device pleases with the A13 Bionic chip. The same is in every iPhone 11.
It turns out that the iPhone SE 2 will impress with its speed. Although the RAM in it is less – 3 GB (iPhone 11 is equipped with 4 GB). The capacity of the drive depends on the configuration.
The base version offers 64 GB of space. Top assembly – twice as much. What's great – the "Home" button is saved. A real gift for fans of Touch ID.
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Also confirmed 3 colors of the case: red, silver and black. Everyone will find a shade to their liking. How do you like the product? Share your opinion in the comments.
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