The Hacker 34 shared an amazing iPhone SE Plus concept with the same screen size as the iPhone 12, although it is an “SE”, which does not have Face ID despite being notched.
While Apple is trying to offer consumers the most “premium” features available in the smartphone industry with its iPhone models, the iPhone SE has always had a different place in the Apple range, with only two different models released so far.
While Apple has introduced a small-screen, relatively affordable smartphone to consumers with the iPhone 12 mini, expectations for a new iPhone SE have not diminished much. That’s why The Hacker 34 has created a new concept design for the new iPhone SE and offered a glimpse into what features consumers can see on the iPhone SE Plus.
The Hacker 34 calls the new iPhone SE “iPhone SE Plus” and predicts it will have the same screen size as the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro with its 6.1-inch screen. However, this screen will have a pixel density of 326 PPI and will offer lower resolution compared to iPhone 12 models.
Featuring a single rear camera with 12 MP resolution and f/1.8 aperture, the iPhone SE Plus lags behind the main iPhone models with this feature. Relying on Touch ID as biometric security despite its notched design, the iPhone SE Plus doesn’t have a home button, so it integrates the fingerprint reader into the power button.
The iPhone SE Plus will be one of the cheapest iPhones with a price of $499
Although the iPhone SE Plus concept lags behind the iPhone 12 models at almost all points, it manages to deliver the highest performance you might expect from an up-to-date iPhone model, as it comes with an Apple A14 processor. The Hacker 34 predicts that the iPhone SE Plus, which looks like an advanced version of the 2020 iPhone SE, will have a starting price of $499.