Remember the iPhone SE? A group of designers just released concept images of its upgraded version called the iPhone SE Plus.
The iPhone SE was first released by Apple last year as a special edition device along with the other flagship devices iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. With the launch of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in 2014, Apple had finally ventured into big-display smartphones but the iPhone SE brought back the 4-inch screen size strongly reminiscent of the iPhone 5S. However, now that Apple has finally introduced its bezel less 5.8-inch iPhone X, some designers went ahead and produced concept images of a bezel less iPhone SE.
Curved.de designers have produced mock-ups of an iPhone SE that has the same form of the existing iPhone SE, but lacks bezels and, as a result, has a larger 4.7-inch display. Moreover, it also has an OLED display, like the iPhone X, and a TrueDepth front-facing camera. While the iPhone X’s small trapezoidal bezel at the top only comes in the color black, the reimagined version of the iPhone SE’s top bezel has multiple colors. It also has a dual rear camera and more rounded edges.
While there is no confirmation from Apple at this point that they are working on an upgraded version of the iPhone SE, but there are several rumors floating around that Apple could, in fact, release a next-generation version of the iPhone SE in the first quarter of 2018.