This iPhone SE Concept Takes the Greatest Things From iPhone 7 Plus and Makes It Even Better

Omar Sohail
Posted Nov 4, 2016
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Apple’s iPhone SE was the return of compact yet powerful smartphones into the fold, but because larger screen devices exhibit natural benefits such as larger battery capacities and displaying more content on a bigger real estate, consumers will display an affinity towards such products. However, the latest iPhone SE concept borrows the best features from the company’s iPhone 7 Plus, showing that compact and powerful smartphones can definitely find a place in the market.

iPhone SE Concept Shows off Its Dual-Camera Features and Is Also Showcased in the Jet Black Color Model

Unlike the 4-inch iPhone SE, the concept shown here depicts a much larger iPhone. In fact, with its screen size of 5.2 inches, it stands in between the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 and the phablet-sized iPhone 7 Plus. One of the key highlights of this iPhone SE concept is not just the fact that it is shown in the Jet Black color model, but also the fact that it sports a dual-camera just like iPhone 7 Plus. There is no visible camera hump, and it has not been detailed if this is due to the limitation of designing the smartphone itself, or the person in the background intended it to be this way.

The features present in iPhone SE concept shows that there are no tactile volume buttons, but you can still slide your finger from top to bottom in order to reduce the volume emanating from the speakers. The specifications mentioned are downright killer to look at; we always thought that Android smartphone manufacturers were going overboard with the hardware, so wait till you take a look at this.  There’s a QHD panel, along with 6GB of RAM and 256GB of onboard storage. The rear side sports a 24MP dual-camera, while the front-end shows off a 16MP shooter.

Jet Black iPhone 7 Plus in United States is Now Widely Available in Stores

Best of all, it supports wireless charging, and a 5,000mAh battery, which is probably the reason why the camera hump does not exist in the first place. 4K video recording has also been shown to capture footages at 120FPS but we’ll obviously have to wait a while for cameras to be able to exhibit this much firepower. Did you enjoy this concept and do you feel that Apple should introduce something similar down the road? Tell us your thoughts right away.

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