Today we’ll be talking about the new iPhone SE 2020. When we talk about Apple or more specifically, the iPhone, there exist two kinds of people: those who believe in them and those who don’t. However, both kinds of people have one thing in common – they wait eagerly for the launch or release of the next iPhone to hit the market irrespective of whether it is to buy it or to diss, criticize or find flaws in it.
Now, among the ones who believe in them are the ones who want to buy them and can afford it or those who want to buy them but cannot afford it. They usually wait for cashback offers, e-commerce sales, or wait for the older variants to get older and cheaper so they can finally get their hands on an iPhone. The new iPhone SE 2020 has come out just for this category of people. It is priced at just INR 42,990 and it is, in fact, the cheapest iPhone ever.
- The specifications are top-notch.
- Cameras are excellent
- A13 Bionic chipset
- Quick charging
- The Touch ID is fast and dependable.
- No expandable memory
- The screen size is too small for some.
- The single rear camera only
The phone looks exactly like iPhone 8 (just like the older iPhone SE looked exactly like the iPhone 5s). It has thick bezels and is anything but a new-age phone. The dedicated home button that was missed by the iPhone 10 users is now back and so is the Touch ID. In these times, when we wear masks at all times (especially outdoors), the Touch ID is a huge sigh of relief. It has an all-glass body and is available in three colors – White, Black, and Product RED.
The new iPhone SE 2020 measures 138.4 mm x 67.3 mm x 7.3 mm and weighs 148 grams.
Apple has installed a 4.7-inch display on the iPhone SE. The majority of phones these days have a bigger display than the new iPhone SE. The colors on the screen are more vibrant and crisp however, the bezels are chunky. The screen on the phone runs on a resolution of 750 x 1344 pixels and a pixel density of 327 ppi. It has an aspect ratio of 16:9.
The camera of the new iPhone SE also supports features like face detection, autofocus, 5x Digital Zoom, and Touch to focus.
The processor remains the deciding factor for most of the smartphones in the smartphone argument, even more than display, design, and specifications. It has the A14 Bionic processor, which powers the iPhone 11 series. It has six CPU cores and out of these six, two can go up to 2.66 GHz while the other four go up to 1.73 GHz. It has a Ram of 3GB which is great as compared to Apple as it has never bragged or even mentioned the RAM of the iPhones. The phone is also powered by an 1821 mAh battery