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    Anyone who has had an iPhone in their pocket for years will know that Apple immediately switched to X after iPhone 8. An iPhone 9 has never been there at all. But is that going to change soon?

    The latest iPhone (which has yet to be unveiled) would be named the iPhone SE 2 says simon from iphone herstellen gent . Still, several tech sources believe that Apple won't use this name, but would go for iPhone 9 instead.

     

    And this is what those tech sources already confirm:

    The phone gets the old familiar Touch ID button back and comes with a 4.7-LCD screen. In addition, this iPhone has a 12 megapixel camera, just like the iPhone XR, XS and iPhone 11. Also in terms of price they already have an idea, so you could buy it for 399 euros.

     

    Normally Apple launches its latest products in April, but it is not yet known what they will do with the coronavirus now.

     

    If you're looking for a great new cheap phone, then you don't have to settle for the not very cheap iPhone SE (2020), because Xiaomi has just announced two new Redmi phones that put Apple to the test.

    These new smartphones are the Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 and Redmi Note 9 Pro. They have already been announced in certain parts of the world, but Xiaomi has now confirmed that the phones will soon be available worldwide, including in Europe.

     

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    We don't know the price or release date of these new smartphones yet, but Redmi devices often cost about 300 euros.

     

    We therefore expect the new Redmi phones to be more affordable for the iPhone SE (2020) of 489 euros. So if you still think the new iPhone is too expensive, these two devices might charm you. buy it by iphone herstellen gent

     

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