The Apple Iphone SE 2020 generation 2 phone was just made available for prelaunch on Friday from the Apple website for $399 for the 64GB version of the phone. This phone has been described as being the same size as the iPhone 8 with the insides of an iPhone 11. In other words, an incredible value.
Retina HD display
4.7-inch (diagonal) widescreen LCD Multi‑Touch display with IPS technology
1334-by-750-pixel resolution at 326 ppi
1400:1 contrast ratio (typical)
True Tone display
Wide color display (P3)
625 nits max brightness (typical)
Fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating
Walmart is offering an even better price for preorder for AT&T and Verizon customers who are eligible for a phone upgrade.
64 GB iPhone SE 2020 for $8.29 month for 24 months from Verizon ($199 total)
64 GB iPhone SE 2020 for $6.63 month for 30 months from AT&T ($199 total)
128 GB iPhone SE 2020 for $10.38 month for 24 months from Verizon ($249 total)
128 GB iPhone SE 2020 for $8.30 month for 30 months from AT&T ($249 total)
256 GB iPhone SE 2020 for $14.54 month for 24 months from Verizon ($349 total)
256 GB iPhone SE 2020 for $11.63 month for 30 months from AT&T ($349 total)
As of this posting, all sizes are available.
The inventory is going in and out of stock for the various colors – so if you’re looking to jump in on an upgrade, click here to visit the Walmart page and do it in a hurry.
With that being said, an Apple insider who has been nailing prediction after prediction, says that there will be iPhone SE Plus news soon.
Should have some iPhone SE Plus news for you soon. 👀
— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) April 18, 2020
HT to Slickdeals.
I just chatted with them, and the only way you can get the phone for $199 from Walmart is with a payment plan. Can’t just buy it outright for the $199 advertised price, only for $399. So since you are required to start a payment plan Verizon wants a $40 activation charge, whereas if you were able to buy it outright you would simply swap your current number to the new phone and there is no activation charge. I realize that even with the activation fee it’s still a good deal, but I don’t think it should be advertised for $199, that’s misleading.