The iPhone SE 2020 was released earlier this month, and it has received mixed reviews from the public. As if that wasn’t enough, Apple is now developing a Plus version of the unit. Let’s take a look at all of the rumors and leaks surrounding the upcoming iPhone SE Plus’s design, specifications, and release date.
|Rear Camera||12 MP|
|Front Camera||7 MP|
|Apple Model||Expected Price||Availability|
|iPhone SE Plus||Rs. 61,000 – 70,000 in Nepal||May 2021|
DESIGN AND DISPLAY
Although some sources claim the iPhone SE Plus will have a 5.5-inch display, others claim it will have a 6.1-inch display. JP Morgan Chase suggests Apple will use the iPhone 11’s 6.1-inch size for the iPhone SE 3.
Apple will use a 6.1-inch LCD screen on the iPhone SE 3, according to DisplaySearch analyst Ross Young, but that model won’t be released until 2021.
The iPhone SE Plus, according to MacRumors, will not have Face ID, but will instead have a Touch ID sensor built into the power button on the right side of the handset. A 6.1-inch iPhone SE Plus would be a lot more likely, because it would be similar to a full-screen design.
In terms of the screen itself, we anticipate an LCD panel rather than an OLED panel, allowing Apple to keep the price down. With OLED screens on all four iPhone 12 models, an LCD iPhone SE Plus would sound right.
The most intriguing rumor is that the iPhone SE Plus might be devoid of any ports. According to Front Page Tech’s Jon Prosser, Apple is working on a portless iPhone, but it may not be a flagship product.
A portless iPhone will allow Apple to get rid of the Lightning port and try out new features like a dock connector without risking too much with a device like the iPhone 13.
The iPhone SE only has a single 12MP rear camera and a 7MP front camera, but it makes excellent use of the A13 Bionic chip’s computational photography capabilities, making it one of the best camera phones for the price. Portrait Mode, Smart HDR, and expanded dynamic range are all available in 4K video.
The iPhone SE Plus or the iPhone SE could be even more adaptable. According to JP Morgan Chase, Apple would use the same camera setup as the iPhone 11. The phone will then have a main lens and an ultra – wide – angle lens.
Night Mode is something I’d expect from an iPhone SE Plus. It’s one of the most glaring omissions from the standard iPhone SE.
The iPhone SE’s battery life did not impress us in our tests, as its tiny 1,821 mAh battery only lasted 9 hours and 18 minutes during our web browsing test. This is far below the 11-hour mark, which is needed to make our list of the best phone battery life. In our tests, the iPhone 11 performed better, lasting 11 hours and 16 minutes. This was, however, over 4G. The iPhone SE Plus or iPhone SE would almost certainly have 5G connectivity, which would likely reduce battery life. With a larger battery, however, you should expect a move up. When it comes to charging, I’m hoping Apple ditches Lightning in favor of USB-C by the time the iPhone SE Plus arrives. More significantly, we don’t anticipate receiving a charger in the package, as Apple set the precedent with the iPhone 12.
The iPhone SE Plus, like the iPhone SE, is expected to support Qi wireless charging, which means it can work with some of the best wireless chargers available. We don’t expect MagSafe help, but anything can happen.
If Apple goes with the iPhone 11, the iPhone SE Plus can get the same powerful A14 Bionic chip as the iPhone 11. As a result, you can expect one of the fastest budget phones around. The iPhone SE Plus would most likely have the same storage options as the smaller edition, with 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB capacities.