<p>Apple iPhone SE 2 video leak shows small iPhone
X-like screen, dual cameras
The purported iPhone SE 2 shows aluminium chassis, similar to the one seen
in original model, dual-camera set-up on the back and all-screen iPhone X-like
design on the front
Apple, the Cupertino-based software and technology giant, is expected to launch three
iPhone X-based smartphones this year, according to Taiwan-based KGI Securities analyst
Ming-Chi Kuo. The smartphones are reported to sport 5.8-inch-6.2-inch screen sizes and
different display technologies OLED and IPS LCD.
However, a new leak has emerged showcasing a smaller 4-inch iPhone SE-based design with
all-screen display, similar to the one found in iPhone X. Touted as iPhone SE 2, the
smartphone's design sketches were first reported by a technology portal BGR, which
claimed to have received them from a reliable industry source.
Soon, a video surfaced on the web that showcased a working prototype of the product.
The purported iPhone SE 2 shows aluminium chassis, similar to the one seen in original
iPhone SE. However, the front shows an all-screen-based design with an iPhone X-inspired
notch. On the back, the leak video also shows dual-camera set-up, placed in similar style as
found in iPhone X.
In the past, a report by Luke Lin, analyst at Digitimes Research, also alleged that Apple is
preparing for a new inexpensive smartphone similar to the iPhone SE for 2018, featuring
the wireless charging functionality, but not 3D sensing.
The iPhone SE 2 design and sketches contradicts previous information shared by analyst
Ming-Chi Kuo, which stated that Apple would launch three new iPhones this year two
with OLED display, while the other one with an LCD display featuring screen size not
smaller than 5.8-inch.