Apple finally launched the new iPhone SE, with an A13 Bionic chip and an improved camera (which we will talk about later). As usual, the company did not disclose the hardware specifications, such as RAM and battery capacity but a page of China Telecom (Chinese state-owned telecommunications company) provided some details about the device.
According to the Chinese operator, the new iPhone SE would have 3GB RAM basically double the original model from 2016. In contrast, the iPhones 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max have 4GB, but considering that the new input device (and even to meet the less demanding hardware requirements), quite likely that this is even the specification of the new SE.
In addition, the company claims that the device has a battery of 1.821mAh similar to the iPhone 8, which was effectively discontinued yesterday. Since Apple says the iPhone SE battery lasts "as long as the iPhone 8", this number also looks correct.
Regarding the camera, there is still a lot of speculation: according to Rene Ritchie, from iMoreIt is likely that the main sensor (12MP) will be similar to the iPhone 8, but with a current image processor (so much so that it is compatible with the new generation of Smart HDR) and new generation algorithms. Your guess is, therefore, that the photos will be better than those on the XR, but not as good as those on the 11 and 11 Pro (Max).
In fact, this information will be confirmed when the disassembly of the device (such as that performed by iFixit) is released.
The new iPhone SE will be available in pre-order from tomorrow (4/17) and will reach stores on April 24, in more than 40 countries (including the United States and Portugal) has not been released yet when it launches. in Brazil.