Apple is in talks with OLED display suppliers for next year's iPhone SE 4

Tim Hardwick

Several Apple display suppliers have offered their prices to supply OLED displays for the fourth-generation iPhone SE, The Elec reports.

In this regard, Samsung is said to have an advantage over its competitors, since the Korean company can use its existing inventory of OLED displays for the iPhone 14

According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the fourth-generation iPhone SE will feature a 6.1-inch OLED display with a design similar to the iPhone 14. The iPhone SE‌ 4 is also expected to use the same the same battery as the base iPhone 14.

Additionally, the new model will likely feature the action button and USB-C port that we've detailed in previous reports. As it stands, it could be one of the first devices to feature an Apple-designed modem chip.

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