Apple at its Spring 2016 event introduced 4-inch iPhone SE, and followed by the pre-order starting March 24 and went on sale from 31st of last month. It was also said that the price of iPhone SE in the US and UK vary with the cost of India, which stated to go on sale in India this April 8 at a price for Rs 39,000 basic. Now that the company has revealed the budget for the iPhone SE with 64GB storage in the country, listed both the models on their official website as – the 64GB iPhone SE priced at Rs 49,000.
When compared to the iPhone SE 16GB cost of $399 and the price for 64GB at $499 without any contract in the US, and followed by the India price is hefty. Actually, it was said to launch iPhone SE in India at a starting price of Rs 30,000, but then revised it to Rs 39,000, later.
Redington India has although announced that it will start selling the iPhone SE through its 3000 retail outlets in the country from 8th of April, Friday. Alongside Ingram Micro and Rashi Peripherals will also be offering the iPhone SE across their outlets soon. Online partners and operators are also expected to hold iPhone SE on their channels very soon.
The iPhone SE hardware is a mix up of two new and old phones, like what the iPhone 5s and the current iPhone 6s. Has built-in with Touch ID integration, is powered by Apple’s A9 processor and M9 motion co-processor, brings with it a 12MP iSight camera with the support for 4K video recording, and 1.2MP FaceTime camera with Retina Flash. The iPhone SE officially runs on iOS 9.3 firmware out of the box. Available to purchase in Silver, Gold, Space Gray and Rose Gold colors.
If you wish to buy iPhone SE in India, then wait for a couple of days more to grab your hands on the all-new 40inch iPhone from Apple to experience.
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