In the report, Kuo mentions that Apple will launch iPhone SE 2 with a 4.7-inch display in the first half of 2020. This will soon be followed by a higher-end iPhone lineup all of which will come equipped with OLED displays. The 2020 iPhone lineup will consist of 5.4, two 6.1-inch, and 6.7-inch iPhone models which will be launched by the second half of the year.
As far as 5G is concerned, all the four high-end iPhone models will support 5G and come equipped with Qualcomm X55. However, the availability of Sub-6G-only waves will depend on the type of 5G available in that particular region. Below is the list of all 2020 iPhones alongside the specifications,
- 4.7-inch iPhone SE 2- LCD display, single-lens camera, misses out on 5G
- 5.4-inch iPhone 12- OLED display, 5G support, dual-lens camera
- 6.1-inch iPhone 12- OLED display, 5G support, dual-lens camera
- 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro- OLED display, 5G support, triple-rear camera setup
- 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max- OLED display, triple-lens rear camera, 5G support
iPhone’s with mmWave are expected to be sold across the United States, Canada, Japan, Korea, and the United Kingdom. In all likelihood, Apple might disable the Sub-6G functionality in regions where 5G services are not available or the penetration rate is not substantial. The move to disable Sub-6G functionality is expected to help Apple reduce production costs.
It is also worth noting that iPhone SE 2 is expected to borrow design cues from iPhone 8. Furthermore, the device will come equipped with a 4.7-inch display, TouchID Home button and an A13 chip paired with 3GB of RAM. However, Apple will fit a single-lens camera on the iPhone SE 2.