Apple’s 2025 iPhone SE 4 to Feature OLED Screen From a Familiar Device

Aiman Maulana
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In a recent update from Korea, it seems Apple’s affordable iPhone SE is taking a brief hiatus, with the next model expected to hit the market in 2025. What’s exciting about this upcoming release is that it will introduce a notable feature absent from its predecessors—an OLED screen.

iPhone SE 4 to Feature OLED Screen From iPhone 14

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Unlike previous iPhone SE models equipped with LCD panels, the 2025 version will embrace OLED technology, bringing enhanced display quality to the budget-friendly iPhone lineup. According to reports, three display manufacturers, namely Samsung, BOE, and Tianma, are vying for Apple’s order, each proposing different prices per panel.

Surprisingly, Samsung has offered the lowest price at $30 per panel, while BOE proposed $35, and Tianma went with $40. However, negotiations are ongoing, as Apple countered with a significantly lower price of $20 per panel. The display technology for the iPhone SE 4 is expected to mirror that of the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14.

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Anticipate a 6.1-inch screen boasting a resolution of 1170×2532, a 1,200-nit peak brightness, and the possibility of Ceramic Shield glass, although this detail remains unconfirmed. Notably, Samsung Display and BOE have reportedly secured favorable yields for these panels, positioning them as strong contenders.


Pokdepinion: Samsung’s strategic advantage lies in its role as the producer of iPhone 14 panels, utilizing existing tooling and inventory, possibly contributing to its competitive pricing. With the 2025 iPhone SE sporting OLED technology, it marks a significant leap in display quality for Apple’s more budget-conscious consumers.

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