Apple keeps showing to the world that the American smartphone market isn’t falling short. On the other hand, Asian companies like Huawei, Samsung, Oppo, or Xiaomi seem to dominate the world of phone manufacturers. While a whole world is waiting for Apple’s flagship for 2020 to arrive, namely iPhone 12, the tech giant from Cupertino has some other plans until then.
After releasing to the market the affordable iPhone SE 2020 that also packs some decent specs for nowadays, Apple will also bring a ‘Plus’ version later this year. The iPhone SE Plus will replace the iPhone 8 Plus model.
As the fans of Apple are eagerly waiting to get their hands on some info related to the specs of iPhone SE Plus, we do know some precious details about what the upcoming gadget will be capable of. It will pack the A13 Bionic chipset made by Apple. This is currently the best processor made by the tech giant from Cupertino since it’s also included in the iPhone 11 structure.
The Plus version for iPhone SE (2020) will feature an identic body as the iPhone 8 Plus, with a display of 5.5-inch. The upcoming phone will also feature a Touch ID sensor for the Home Button.
Being more like a budget phone, the SE (2020) Plus model of iPhone won’t have some mind-blowing camera with many lenses. The phone will pack a dual-camera setup on its rear, with a 2x telephoto lens and ultrawide angle lens alongside the main 12MP sensor. But perhaps the highlights of iPhone SE (2020) Plus will be the IP68 water and dust resistance. There is a huge need for smartphones capable of this since a lot of users get them damaged by accident. YouTuber Jon Prosser brought all the details about the specs of the upcoming Apple phone from Front Page Tech. He has a reliable reputation for accurate Apple-related leaks.
While we don’t have a release date of the upcoming iPhone, some reports are hinting that Apple will launch the device in May, together with MacBook Pro and AirPods.
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