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Apple may launch iPhone SE 3 with 5G support, A15 Bionic chipset, check other features

New Delhi: Apple may soon launch the iPhone SE 3, which is going to be the successor to the iPhone SE 2 currently sold in the markets. The tech giant is expected to roll out the new smartphone with features similar to the newly launched iPhone 13 series.

For starters, the iPhone SE 3 smartphone is likely to launch with 5G support. According to a Japanese tipster Macotakara, the upcoming smartphone is also expected to have powerful internals.

The device is also expected to be powered by the latest A15 Bionic chipset which is only present in the iPhone 13 range. In comparison, the iPhone SE 2 is powered by the A13 Bionic chipset.

However, the tech giant is expected to make the iPhone SE 3 look similar to the iPhone SE 2, which means that the smartphone will sport a smaller 4.7-inch display and a single camera at the back.

Like its predecessor, the display of the iPhone SE 3 is also expected to sport thick bezels around the corner as well as thick bottom and top – both of which are things of the past in the smartphone world.

iPhone SE smartphones come in the most affordable range of smartphones sold by Apple. According to a recent leak, the company is planning to launch the iPhone SE 3 in multiple color schemes including orange, green and blue.

The leak also suggests that the smartphone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon X60 5G modem. Other rumored features of the iPhone SE 3 include support for eSIM along with physical SIM.

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