The face of the 2022 iPhone SE is still up in the air – will it still have a forehead and chin or will it transition to a notch?
It's a mystery why @xleaks7 didn't include this in the CAD drawing he emailed CoverPigtou. iPhone SE+ 5G dummies were printed with the help of 3D printers. Like the current SE, it lacks a Home button, as you'd expect from a device inspired by the iPhone X rather than the iPhone 8.
The absence of a fingerprint reader button is typical for testing covers and screen protectors, but it is not a guarantee that the new SE will convert to Face ID.
There are no changes to the rest of the controls. All of the phone's dimensions (138.4×67.3×7.3mm) are the same (8.2 mm with the camera bump). When it launches in 2022, it will be one of the tiniest smartphones on the market, which means it will likely work with current SE cases.
It is only the Apple logo that may cause problems, as it has been shifted up for some unknown reason (it used to be centered).
To accommodate a larger screen, Apple may opt for a notched design for the iPhone SE+ 5G. In contrast, the 5.7-inch display predicted for the 2023/2024 iPhone SE will not be seen until the following generation. A notch is almost probably going to be present on that one.
When it comes to the 2022 model, we don't know yet. Expect more serious leaks about the SE+ and new iPad Air in March or April, according to rumors.