Apple iPhone SE 4 Renderings Show OLED Panel With Notch Design

iPhone SE 4

Recently leaked CAD drawings of the Apple iPhone SE 4, which is expected to launch in 2025 were exposed by 91mobiles.

Following this leak, bloggers created renderings based on the latest data, showcasing the overall appearance of the new device.

For the first time in the series, the iPhone SE 4 will feature a notch screen, marking Apple’s full transition to full-screen devices. This change significantly enhances the usability of the SE model, bringing it up to date with current trends.

The new device will also be the first in the series to include Face ID facial recognition, making the iPhone SE 3, released in 2022, the last Apple phone to feature a front-facing fingerprint Home button.

Notably, the iPhone SE 4 will sport an OLED display, another first for the SE series. The screen size will be 6.1 inches, the same as the standard versions of the iPhone 13 and 14 series, resulting in a noticeable improvement in display quality.

However, like the standard version of the iPhone 15, the SE 4 will not feature a high refresh rate screen, supporting only 60Hz.

In terms of the camera, the iPhone SE 4 will not adopt the iPhone 15’s setup, instead featuring a single-camera specification aimed solely at satisfying basic recording and scanning needs.

Interestingly, there have been numerous rumors suggesting that Apple will debut its own 5G modem in this phone as a test before implementing it in flagship models.


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