iPhone 9 Hands-On Image Leaked Online Showing Similar Design as that of iPhone 8


iPhone SE 2 aka iPhone 9 is the upcoming affordable iPhone from Apple which is trending in rumors from the last few weeks. Today, we got a new leaked image of the iPhone 9 that shows an iPhone which looks similar to that of the iPhone 8. 

This image has been leaked online by a user on the Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo. As you can see in the image, it shows an iPhone with a similar design as that we have seen in the iPhone 8. It has a single camera sensor at the back accompanied by an LED flashlight. It has the Apple logo aligned in the middle of the panel.

The phone is spotted in White color. If we consider the caption mentioned with the image, it says that iPhone 9 will be available in four color variants – black, white, green, and red. Out of which, we have already seen a similar hands-on video of the iPhone 9 which shows it in a green color variant.

iPhone 9 White Variant Leaked Images

Coming to the credibility of this image, it looks like the image is fake or has been tweaked with another smartphone as the “iPhone” trademark is missing at the bottom of the back panel which is usually seen in every iPhone device. Also, a previous hands-on video of the iPhone 9 portrays a similar iPhone 9 but with the iPhone trademark. 

Just like most of the leaks, we advise you to take this leak as a grain of salt as it looks like someone has played with this picture to portray it as iPhone 9. As for the availability of the iPhone, some reports claimed that iPhone 9 will be officially launched on March 31. So, we need to wait a bit more to get a clearer look at the iPhone 9 and its specs.

In terms of specs, it is expected that the new iPhone 9 will ditch Face ID to opt for Touch ID that is embedded in the phone’s home screen button. It will be powered by the A13 Bionic chipset that powers the iPhone 11 series and it will be available in 64GB and 128GB memory variants. The budget iPhone is expected to be priced around $399 (approx. Rs 28,500).

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