Apple is expected to release the much-awaited iPhone SE (2020) much sooner than expected. According to the new report coming all the way Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, iPhone SE 3 will go official at Apple’s next launch event, which should be around March or April 2022. We believe the launch in India will also happen around the same time.
Additionally, CAD-based renders showing the iPhone SE 3 have been leaked from all sides. The renders show the front as well as the rear design of the upcoming iPhone and it looks like the iPhone XR with rounded corners, thinner bezels, and a wide notch to house the Face ID and selfie camera sensors. comes from a leaker named render xlix7,
iPhone SE 3 Renders, Specifications Leaked
As per the renders, the upcoming iPhone SE 3 will include rounded edges like the iPhone XR and a much larger notch for Face ID than the iPhone 13, which includes a much smaller notch.
So, if the design turns out to be similar to the XR, it will be the first iPhone SE phone to include slimmer bezels. The current generation of iPhone SE includes a boxy design and thick bezels all around, like the iPhone 13 and iPhone 12.
It is further revealed that the iPhone SE 3 will not include TouchID like its predecessor. The renders show the device in white color with the power button and SIM tray on the right and volume rocker on the left. The USB-Type C port and speaker grille are placed at the bottom.
As per previous leaks and rumours, the iPhone SE 3 will be powered by the A15 Bionic chipset, which will reportedly also power the upcoming flagship iPhone called iPhone 14. In terms of optics, the iPhone SE 3 will include a 12-megapixel camera. Sensors on the rear panel and a single lens at the front for selfies and video calls.
Some leaks suggest that the iPhone SE 3 will be backed by 3GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage for the base model. There may be other versions as well. We will have to wait for Apple to officially announce the variants offered for the upcoming iPhone models.
After the leak of iPhone SE 3 launch date, the iPhone XR-like curved design feature first appeared on BGR India.