Mar 23, 2016 11:21 PM EDT

Apple iPhone SE Specs: Device To Have 12 MP Camera And A9 Processor, Better Than 5C?

The Apple iPhone SE specs have revealed that the device will have a 12-megapixel camera as well as an A9 processor. It is said to be better than the iPhone 5C.

News Everyday reported that the tech giant is set to launch a new and different iPhone. The company has witnessed a drop in sales this quarter and it is believed that they are releasing the SE to boost profits.

"The release of the new iPhone SE is expected to bring sales to the company only during June and September quarters and not much can be expected until then," the website wrote. "The new 4-inch model is a new strategy for Apple that has the same annual release cycle with one annual upgrade."

Apple iPhone SE specs are rumored to have a 12-megapixel camera as well as an A9 processor. This will help it become a "formidable device" in terms of hardware.

If the rumors prove true, the Apple iPhone SE specs would definitely be better than the iPhone 6's A8 chip. The current iPhone is retailed at $549.

Tech Radar described the phone as very similar to 2014's model. The iPhone SE seems to pick up after the 5C but will do things in a different way.

According to BGR, one of the best things about the Apple iPhone SE specs is its 4-inch size. Apparently, there are still consumers who want smaller iPhones and the upcoming device is definitely a perfect fit.

The iPhone SE will reportedly be powerful and capable. Once it launches, the publication noted that people will no longer need to buy a mid-range Android phone.

Apple iPhone SE's impressive specs doesn't come with a hefty price tag, though. It will cost $399.

However, BGR commented that the Apple iPhone SE specs will still have the old touch sensor from iPhone 5S as well as the design. The latest Touch ID scanner and a fresh new design would have made the phone the best in the market.

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