For fans of small screen iPhones and those who couldn't subscribe to the phablet-sized smartphone trend, there's a good news for you.
Apple is reportedly working on a newer version of iPhone SE with some upgraded internals and minor design changes.
Here's our roundup on what is being dubbed as iPhone SE 2 that Apple may launch at its developers' conference this June.
As per reports, iPhone SE 2 will get Apple's A10 processor with 2GB RAM and storage options of 32GB and 128GB.
On the design side, iPhone SE 2 may retain the 5S design with a 4.2-inch screen as against 4-inch on iPhone SE.
It may also retain TouchID sensor instead of adopting FaceID seen on the iPhone X.
Some theories circulating on the Internet hint at iPhone SE 2 adopting salient features seen on the flagship model- iPhone X.
If rumors are to be believed, the SE 2 may borrow iPhone X design elements, an edge-to-edge display, 3D Touch and a glass back to support for wireless charging.
Further, some reports suggest that it may not be available in every geography.
Some reports claim that the iPhone SE 2 will be manufactured in India by Wistron which has been assembling the current SE models since 2017.
Following iPhone SE's success after price cuts (due to local manufacturing), it is believed that Apple is eyeing the Indian and Chinese smartphone markets for its latest offering.
The phone is expected to cost around $400 for the 32GB version.
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