• A new concept video gives fans a glimpse at how the iPhone SE successor might look like
  • The device in the video looks just how previous reports described it would look like
  • The video does not present a finished product; rather, it presents a concept based on earlier reports

Many reports have revealed some of the possible specs and features of Apple's upcoming successor to the iPhone SE, which has been called the iPhone SE 2 and iPhone 9. Regardless of name, however, fans continue to be excited for its arrival, and are hoping to see it become available to the public.

A new concept video released via YouTube gives fans a quick look at how the new budget-friendly device could look like, iPhoneHacks reported. The video was created by ConceptsiPhone's Mauro Battino, and it is based on the details that have been reported for over a few months now.

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Many Apple fans want a new iPhone SE soon. Pictured: A customer tries an Apple Inc. iPhone SE at the company's Omotesando store on March 31, 2016 in Tokyo, Japan. Apple Inc. launched its iPhone SE and iPad Pro 9.7 inch on March 31, 2016 in Japan. Getty Images/Tomohiro Ohsumi

First, the device in the video does look like how noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo described it: in a body or chassis similar to the iPhone 8. It features a display sandwiched between thick top and bottom bezels, and surrounded by thin bezels on the left and right side.

Second, the video claims that the iPhone 9/SE2 will have “the best LCD display in the industry” despite measuring only 4.7 inches. This display is protected by “the most durable glass ever,” it added. Previous reports revealed that there's nothing wrong with such a small display size; many consumers, in fact, long for a powerful handset with a screen that can be used with just one hand.

Third, the video creator showed how the device could look like if it comes in different colors. There's an option where the device is mostly black, save for the side buttons and other details; an option where the device is mostly white and accented with silver or stainless steel finishes; the product (RED) option that paints the device mostly in red; and an interesting colorway where it's all black.

The last color option there, which the designer called “jet black,” paints each and every part of the device in a sleek, glossy black color. The display isn't painted black, of course. The designer paired the jet black option with a specially-designed wallpaper that looks good with the all-black body.

The designer also indicated that the device will come with previously reported specs and features such as a single-lens rear camera, the A13 Bionic chip that powers the iPhone 11 series, and the even more interesting $399 price tag. Watch the video below.