With the latest flagships like iPhone XR and iPhone 11, Apple has tried and mostly succeeded to make the best-featured smartphones available in the budget. Due to this race between the big companies, the average size for the handsets has increased dramatically. But Apple’s iPhone SE 2020 is all about big features packed in a small case at a much affordable price.
The new iPhone SE isn’t called the iPhone 9, as some had expected and it is good news if you were missing the home button after 2019’s all-screen line-up.
iPhone SE 2020
iPhone SE 2020 features Apple’s latest A13 Bionic chipset and has the same 4.7-inch Retina HD Display as found on the last 4.7-inch model (1334 x 750) with a 326 pixels per inch sharpness.
It also features the same TrueTone technology as the latest models too, allowing it to adjust to the lighting conditions around you and make the screen’s white balance to warmer or cooler.
It’s also working on the Haptic Touch system that Apple introduced in the iPhone 11 series; it does come with a home button, also with wireless charging and single rear camera with a 12-megapixel standard wide sensor.
What’s more exciting is that Apple is asserting that the iPhone SE’s battery life will be the same as that of the iPhone 8, despite the A13 chip being more active in terms of power.
For storage, you have three options available that are 64GB for $399, 128GB for $449 or 256GB for $549 – and there’s no microSD support for expanding that, so make your decision sensibly. For colors, you have also three options white, black, and red finishes.
Long story short, the iPhone SE might seem strange, but it appears to carry lots of power and some modern embellishments into a notably convenient package. The more important topic is whether the SE can make a niche in a mid-range market frequently defined by large, attractive screens, multiple cameras, and even 5G.