Alleged iPhone 9 Hands-on Video, Showing An Outdated Design

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iPhone SE 2 aka iPhone 9 is the upcoming affordable iPhone from Apple which is trending in rumors from the last few weeks. And now, we have a short hands-on video surfaced of this alleged “affordable iPhone” showing an outdated design. 

This latest hands-on video doesn’t match with the OnLeaks renders as the sides of the device appear squared off, a throwback to the iPhone 4 through 5s design. And so, there is some questions over the authenticity of this video. 

The video shows an iPhone with a thick top and bottom bezel on the front and the single camera on the back. This is something just opposite to what we have seen in the renders. If this video is true, this will bring an iPhone which will miss out on half a decade of innovation in smartphone design.

However, if we consider the rumored specs of the iPhone 9, it will be powered by the latest Apple A13 chipset, though, which puts it in competition with even the top 2020 Androids. 

In case, if you aren’t aware of the render, the iPhone 9 / SE 2 is supposed to have a properly tiny 4.7” screen – that’s larger than the original iPhone SE (4.0”) and while the bezels make it larger than it needs to be, the phone is still quite small by 2020 standards.

Since there is no credibility of this phone, we advise you to take this leaked video as a grain of salt. The iPhone 9 is expected to be announced in late March, a couple of weeks later than the original schedule as the coronavirus affected the manufacturing process in some factories. So, when the phone will be launched officially, we will get a clearer look at the iPhone 9.

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