Apple finally unveiled its much-anticipated new 4-inch iPhone at its 'Let Us Loop You In' event on Monday. Called the iPhone SE, it has much the same innards as the iPhone 6s, and a design reminiscent of the iPhone 5s.
The iPhone SE's 4-inch display features a resolution of 640x1136 pixels, with a pixel density of 326ppi.
The iPhone SE will be available in Silver, Space Grey, Gold, and Rose Gold colour variants.
Apple has priced the iPhone SE at $399 for the 16GB variant, and $499 for the 64GB variant. With its new focus on emerging markets, the company has also revealed pricing for India, saying the 16GB iPhone SE will start from Rs. 39,000.
The back panel of the iPhone SE is the best indication of the close similarity in design to the iPhone 5s.
Seen here is the iPhone 6s on the left, and the iPhone SE on the right, giving you an idea of the size difference.
Apple has included a 12-megapixel iSight camera on the iPhone SE, as well as Live Photos support.
Seen here is the Gold variant of the iPhone 6s (left) and the Rose Gold variant of the iPhone SE.
The bottom panel of the iPhone SE, with the 3.5mm jack, Lightning port, and speakers.