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Apple iPhone 5se to get pink colored model, Silver and Space Gray also inline

Apple’s 4 inch iPhone device has become the subject of rumors for long now. The phone is expected to be unveiled on 15th March, alongside the iPad Air 3 model of the Cupertino’s giant. Recently, there were reports that about 30% of the iPhone users like their 4 inch handset in comparison to the new bigger phones from the company. These users will never compromise with their 4 inch phone to get upgraded to the bigger iPhone 6 devices. Keeping this in mind we concluded that the iPhone 5se is a real device from the company.

However, there was some debate on its naming with sources pointing in different directions but so far the manufacturer is settled to the iPhone 5se. We already know that Apple will release the Silver and Space Gray color options for this handset and now the reports point towards a pink options as well. By pink, we mean a pink color option and not the rose gold available for the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus handsets.

Pink Ipod
Apple iPod Pink

A report from Japan attracts the exhibitors towards the 81st Tokyo International Gift Show, where this color is compared to the one on the 6th generation iPod Touch and 7th generation iPod nano. Also, it is still not clear whether there will be a gold color option available or not but the rose gold might be reserved for the iPhone 6s.

For specs, the new iPhone 5se will come packed with a 4 inch display, with better viewing angles. This phone will be powered by A8 chip and will various connectivity options such as Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, and NFC from iPhone 6S. It will get a camera combo of 8MP/1.2MP count, which can also be found on the iPod Touch device.

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