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iPhone SE 2020 Already Has Thousands of Pre-Registrations in China


The iPhone SE 2020 is already pre-sold in several markets around the world, Portugal, included. In China, online retailer Jingdong offers a pre-registration system, where users can express an interest in a mobile phone before its launch.

Thus, the iPhone SE 2020 already has 320 thousand registrations in China. It is important to note that this does not guarantee that 320 thousand Chinese consumers are guaranteed to buy the new iPhone. However, this information helps us to understand that there is a great interest in the mobile phone in the Asian market.


The Asian smartphone market focuses more on low-cost equipment, as we can see from brands like Huawei, Xiaomi and Oppo. With so many smartphones with excellent quality-price ratios, it is difficult for a company like Apple (which only sells premiums) to succeed in the market.

However, thanks to the iPhone XR and iPhone 11, Apple has witnessed a revival in its sales in China. With iPhone SE 2020, sales in the largest market in the world will increase. The iPhone SE 2020 starts at 3299 yuan (422 euros) for the 64 GB version.

iPhone SE 2020 is a tribute to the iPhone 8

Since 2016, the iPhone SE ideology has been paying homage to classic design, without compromising on specifications. Therefore, anyone who buys an iPhone SE 2020 is not looking for Face ID, notch or a very large screen.

The iPhone SE 2020 maintains the central button with Touch ID and a 4.7-inch screen, which for many users is completely unusable today. However, there is still demand for smaller screen equipment, since the smartphone offer is almost all 6 inches upwards.

Poorva Virmani
As Global Chief Creative Officer at TechGrits, Poorva helps team ambition to burnish the media's creativity product and reputation.

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