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Apple iPhone SE will get iPhone 5S design and 4K Video

Apple will unveil a brand new iPhone device on Monday, which is expected to be a modernized version of the previous iPhone 5S model. The rumors now give the final details about this special edition iPhone, iPhone SE. Currently, the latest talk on the street is that the iPhone SE will feature a design which will be extremely similar to the iPhone 5S.

The upcoming iPhone SE will get the same 4 inch display as is available with the iPhone 5S. This will make the upcoming iPhone device a rarity in the mobile world where we always keep our fingers on the screens bigger than 4.7 inch atleast.


There are also rumors claiming a possible iPhone 6 influence to carry over to the iPhone SE. These rumors are now in favor of the expectations for a heavily inspired design from iPhone 5S with boxy body which is not curved. Also, this yet to be announced iPhone device will get the old rounded volume buttons, a metal back with glass on the top and bottom and the power/lock key button on the top.
This iPhone looks almost similar to the iPhone 5S from outside but we didn’t find any equality in the hardware of this smartphone. It is expected to come powered by the latest A9 chipset of the Cupertino’s giant, which is also packed in the iPhone 6S device. There will be a M9 co-processor for Always On Siri, and an NFC chip to enable Apple Pay on this new smartphone.

There will be a 12MP primary camera from iPhone 6S, with a support for 4K video recording. There is also a possibility for live photos to be on board. It will come packed in 16GB and 64GB versions, which is another improvement from the old iPhone 5S smartphone, which had 16GB and 32GB variants. It is revealed that the new iPhone SE will replace the iPhone 5S available with Apple and will arrive at the same price of $450.

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