iPhone SE 3 design leaked, know how different from other iPhone

iPhone SE 3

Many leaks have been revealed so far regarding the iPhone SE 3, according to which, as a special feature, users will get the Touch ID fingerprint recognition feature in the power button itself. At the same time, its design has also leaked.

Apple may introduce a new variant of its cheap iPhone SE in the market this year iPhone SE 3. With which many leaks and revelations have been revealed so far. According to the leaks revealed, the new iPhone-SE 3 will be quite different in terms of features and design compared to the previous model. However, so far no announcement has been made by Apple regarding its launch date or features. But recently some of its concept designs have come up.

iPhone SE 3

An online report has shared some concept images of the iPhone SE 3 in which the design of the phone can be clearly seen. It has a punch-hole display design and extremely slim bezels. Also, like the iPhone 12 series, users will also get flat frames in the affordable iPhone SE 3. Apart from this, a single rear camera setup with LED flash has been given in the back panel of the iPhone SE 3.

iPhone SE 3

The biggest change in the upcoming iPhone SE 3 will be seen in its home button. The company will not use the home button on this device. In fact, the Touch ID fingerprint recognition feature can be provided in its power button itself. Notably, Apple analyst Ming-Chi-Kuo says that the iPhone-SE 3 will not be launched in the first 6 months of 2021.

iPhone SE 3 likely price

iPhone SE2

Apple iPhone SE 3 will be the cheapest 5G phone of the company and it can be launched in the market at a price of 499 dollars i.e. around 36,400 rupees. Which will be 100 dollars more than the iPhone SE 2020. The iPhone SE 2 was launched in 2020 at a price of 399 dollars i.e. around 29,100 rupees.

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Lingraj Sahu
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