Apple iPhone SE 4 Leaked in Full; 60Hz OLED, A16 Bionic Chip, and IMX503 Camera

Usama Rasool

The Apple iPhone SE 4 is in the crosshairs again, surfacing with a foray of leaks and a comprehensive look at its specs. Following the recent revelation of case covers hinting at a redesigned appearance, the latest break from an X thread spills the device's specifications, courtesy of Ithome and Nguyen Phi Hung.

According to the leak, the iPhone SE 4 will sport dimensions of 148.5 x 71.2 x 7.8 mm, weighing 166g. Notably, it's 20g heavier than its predecessor, featuring a body constructed of 7000 series aluminum alloy with glass panels on both the front and back — mighty improvements over the SE 3.

The device may host a 6.1-inch LTPS OLED 60Hz panel, a significant upgrade from the previous 4.7-inch display, promising a more immersive viewing experience. On the rear, the iPhone SE 4 will house a single IMX503, 1/2.55 inch, f/1.8 sensor, supporting features like 1080P Cinematic mode, Deep Fusion, Smart HDR, and portrait mode. 

However, it's reported to lack a night mode option, which is concerning. Under the hood, the iPhone latest budget model will be powered by the Apple A16 Bionic chip, accompanied by the Qualcomm Snapdragon X70 baseband and Apple U1 UWB chip. 

The device might come with 6GB LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB/512GB NVMe storage. The leak suggests a battery capacity in the 3000mAh range, with support for 20W wired charging and 12W MagSafe wireless charging. Connectivity features should include Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.3, and a USB-C interface 2.0.

While these details are based on leaks and not official announcements, they align with previous reports, adding credibility to the information. Nonetheless, it's advisable to take this information with a grain of salt until confirmed by the company.


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