iPhone SE 2 is expected to launch as Apple's first smartphone in 2018 and the phone has already suffered several leaks and rumors. The smartphone that is supposed to be the successor of the iPhone SE, possibly launched in May or at Apple's WWDC this year. Meanwhile, there have been many conflicting reports about phone design. Now, the new images of an alleged iPhone SE 2 units have been leaked showing a completely built phone.
Shared by letemsvetemapplem.eu, the filtered photos show a smartphone that looks like the iPhone SE. However, the supposed iPhone SE 2 seems to have a shiny back panel, suggesting that it could be made of glass instead of the aluminum construction of its predecessor. This information is in line with previous reports that suggested the phone may come with wireless charging support such as the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.
Interestingly, the images show that Apple can keep the headphone jack intact on the iPhone SE 2, a feature that was once rumored to have been removed. In addition, according to the latest trend of the company, they show only one brand of iPhone on the back, without the description of the FCC.
According to the images, iPhone SE 2 seems to have important design settings on the back, but the front of the phone looks similar to its predecessor. It seems to have a similar touch ID, screen, selfie camera settings and bevels. Earlier reports had claimed that Apple might not include the Face ID feature in the new phone.
The iPhone SE 2 can also get the Apple A10 Fusion processor that Apple debuted during the launch of the iPhone 7 series. Another feature expected is support for HEIF / HEVC media recordings. Other rumored specifics of the upcoming handset include a 4.2-inch screen, 2GB of RAM and 32GB / 128GB of built-in storage.
Notably, Apple has not officially confirmed any plans for the launch of iPhone SE 2. But, with several reports on the smartphone, it could only be weeks before a presentation event is announced. The iPhone SE 2 is expected to be manufactured in India, at the Wistron plant.