According to display analyst Ross Young, the next-gen iPhone SE will have the same 4.7-inch display like this one.
The existing iPhone SE has a 4-inch display, but there were rumors Apple had been working on a larger version for the SE family but Ming-Chi Kuo told the Wall Street Journal last month that there wouldn’t be a new iPhone SE until 2022.
Apple LCD iPhone leak, we now hear the next LCD iPhone SE will remain at 4.7" in 2022. Some rumors that it may have 5G with Sub-6 GHz as well. Also hearing about a 6.1" version in 2023 with punch hole rather than a notch.
— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) April 1, 2021
Young has also said the iPhone SE won’t get a redesign in 2021, but after the minor 2022 refresh, there could be a radical design change in 2023.
Apple is working on a 6.1-inch version with no notch rather than a hole punch design. Apple has been rumored to be working on a hole-punch display for its 2022 flagship so it is logical to presume that the hole punch display will be rolled out to the iPhone SE a year later after the iPhone 14 models ship.
The hole punch design has been utilized for some time by Android manufacturers, in order to maximize available display space while also allowing room for the front-facing camera. On Apple’s devices, this design will replace the current notch.
Even though there will probably be a few design changes to the iPhone SE coming in 2022, the device should get a faster processor and support for 5G, which Young tells me may be limited to sub-6GHz.