Apple, which introduced a surprisingly new generation iPhone SE model in the past days, has now started the first sales of the device in 40 countries. In the first wave, supply is expected to be limited, but most customers who pre-ordered on April 17 are said to have their devices in the first week of May.
As you may recall, Apple recently introduced the 2020 model iPhone SE. The new iPhone SE, which clearly shows its difference from the new models at first glance, has been criticized by many because of the location of the notch and the low screen / body ratio.
Although we saw that many tech giants were working on innovative designs such as foldable phones in 2020, Apple seems very hopeful about the new iPhone SE with a design that resembles the iPhone 8 introduced in 2017. So much so that the company has started the sale of the device in 40 countries. In this context, how many units of iPhone SE are sent to which country, but supply is expected to be limited.
What does the new generation iPhone SE offer?
The iPhone SE 2020, which takes its power from the A13 Bionic as in the iPhone 11 family, enables users to perform their daily operations in the fastest and smoothest way with this processor. The smartphone, which comes with 3 GB of RAM in the memory section, offers 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB memory options to the customers.
Apple’s budget-friendly smartphone features a 4.7-inch IPS LCD Retina panel, which has become a classic on previous generation iPhones. When we look at the back of the device, we can see that there is only one rear camera with a resolution of 12 MP. This sensor, which is the same as the 12 MP sensors in the iPhone 11 family, makes it possible to use the Smart HDR feature in the iPhone 11 thanks to the A13 Bionic.
At this point, it is said that deliveries will be made within the first week of May for users who pre-ordered the device on April 17 in countries like the USA.