Not to be left out of the ongoing new phone announcements arms race, Apple has revealed its newest smartphone, an updated version of the iPhone SE. The announcement was made yesterday via a press release.
The second-generation SE retains the 4.7-inch display from the last iteration, but with updated specs to bring it more in line with its current crop of flagships. This includes an A13 Bionic processor, for improved overall performance and battery life, as well as Qi Wireless charging, haptic touch and a True Tone display.
The iPhone SE has a single 12-megapixel rear camera, which is comparable to the main cameras on the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. It also runs on iOS 13, and comes in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB variants, with color options including black, white and red. Pricing starts at $399 and the device is expected to hit retail on the 24th of April, with pre-orders beginning tomorrow.
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