iPhone SE to Debut India on April 8, Price Starts From Rs 39,000

    Yesterday, the Cupertino giant Apple has officially pulled the wraps of its latest iPhone SE at an event in U.S. The iPhone SE is basically an enhanced version of iPhone 5s, which has the same set of specifications as iPhone 6s except the 3D Touch technology.

    iPhone SE to Debut India on April 8, Price Starts From Rs 39,000

    As per Redington India (Apple's official distributor) the iPhone SE will be available in the Indian market from April 8th across 3000 retail outlets. Also, this device will be up for pre-order starting from March 29. Apple will be launching two variants - 16GB and 64GB in India, starting from Rs. 39,000. Anyhow, till now we don't have the pricing of 64GB variant.

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    Moving on to the specifications, the iPhone SE flaunts a 4-inch Retina Display and powered by a A9 processor along with M9 co-processor under the hood. Further, this device comes with 12MP iSight camera with true tone flash and support for 4K video recording and Live Photos.

    iPhone SE to Debut India on April 8, Price Starts From Rs 39,000

    On the front, this device has 1.2MP FaceTime camera with Retina Flash feature. Also, this device has always-on Hey Siri feature. Talking about the software, the iPhone SE is shipped with iOS 9.3 which as Night Shift. This mode actually determines users' devices clock and geo-location to automatically set the color temperature.

    The iPhone SE comes in four color variant - Silver, Grey, Gold and Rose Gold. Also, Apple has also unveiled a news case cover, which carries a price tag of Rs. 2,900.

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