Famed TF International Securities analyst for all things Apple, Ming-Chi Kuo, predicted that Apple will soon release what he believes to be the iPhone SE 2, a successor to the iPhone SE released years ago. He said the device will be released sometime during the first quarter of 2020, and will be an affordable model that will boost Apple’s sales globally.

Kuo didn’t give exact details about the upcoming device, but did reveal his expectations as to what the device will feature and how it will look like. And given his track record of making accurate Apple predictions, his expectations might come true. Here’s what the iPhone SE 2 might feature:

Chassis similar to the iPhone 8

The original iPhone SE had a body similar to that of the iPhone 5. Kuo said he expects Apple to do the same and give the iPhone SE 2 a chassis similar to an older moder. In this case, it will be the iPhone 8.

Some may not like the idea that the iPhone SE 2 will have a body like the iPhone 8, particularly those who want a smaller iPhone. 9To5Mac noted, however, that an iPhone 8-sized body isn’t big; it’s significantly smaller compared to all Apple flagships it preceded. Nikkei expects the iPhone SE 2 to feature a 4.7-inch display.

Powerful innards

Kuo said the new iPhone SE 2 will likely feature an A13 Bionic processor inside, backed by 3GB of LPDDR4X memory. As a new device, it can also be expected to run iOS 13. These will allow future users to enjoy Apple’s new services such as Apple Arcade, and get some augmented reality experiences via ARKit 3 as well.

Bloomberg expects the new iPhone SE 2 to feature Face ID. Kuo, however, suggested that it will still feature Touch ID instead.

Cheaper price range

The famed analyst didn’t mention a possible price range, but if the iPhone 8’s latest price is any indication, the upcoming iPhone SE 2 could be sold for the same price as the old iPhone SE: between $349 and $399. The iPhone SE 2 might also replace the iPhone 8 in the Apple Store.

Apple hasn’t said anything about a new iPhone SE 2. These details are but speculations at the moment, and though they might seem possible, it’s best to take them with a grain of salt. Stay tuned for more updates as they come.

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Will we be seeing the next generation iPhone SE 2 soon? Pictured: An Apple Inc. iPhone SE is displayed 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