Since Samsung announced that in 2019 they will launch ”the smartphone of the decade”, the Galaxy S10, Apple can’t keep a low profile and let the South Koreans have all the glory. So far, the company founded by Steve Jobs didn’t confirm anything about a new phone that might be released next year. However, many rumours claim that the iPhone family will be enlarged with another top-notch member in 2019.
iPhone SE3 will revolutionize the tech market with outstanding features
According to tech analysts, the new device will be the 3rd edition of the SE iPhone series. Although we don’t have much information about it, we can be sure that it will be a fearless opponent for Samsung’s long-awaited smartphones.
If we were to trust rumours, we have to agree that there aren’t many phones that can compete with SE 3. Its specs are based on the latest technology, so manufacturers will let their imagination run wild while building it.
The device will be operated by iOS 11.4.1 and will have Apple A12 chipset and Hexa-core processor. The 5-inch bezel-less display is the most highlighted part of the phone thanks to a dual LED Backlit IPS LCD with 1080 x 2160 pixels. In addition, the 8 core graphics perfectly recreates the natural image caught on camera.
The new iPhone will come with an Aluminium body and front glass back. Those who want to buy it can choose their favourite colour from Metallic Grey, White Gold or Silver or Black. Also, customers have the possibility to decide if they want a 64 or 128 GB phone.
Other features include:
- Primary camera of 21.0 MP and functionalities like Dual-LED or even Dual-tone Flash and 8.0 MP secondary camera with Auto HDR;
- Different types of sensors like fingerprint or ambient light sensor and other functionalities: Barometer, Accelerometer and more;
- The smartphone is supported by a non-removable Li-Po 3350 mAh battery
In the end, we will remind you that the information mentioned above is not confirmed. If the iPhone SE 3 will be launched in 2019, it could have different features.
Alvin Mathews was born and raised in Tampa. Alvin has worked as a freelance journalist for half a decade and written for Tribune Media, the AP and MSNBC. As a journalist for Miami Morning Star, Alvin mostly covers community events and human interest stories.