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Apple New iPhone SE Specification, Swift Features

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iPhone SE

On March 31st, 2016 the original iPhone SE was released. It’s a budget phone that looks exactly like the iPhone 5 but has its internals similar to the iPhone 6.

It was pretty well received by the market because of its compact design, interesting features and reasonable price; however, that phone was discontinued in 2018.

Apple bounced back with a new model of iPhone SE in April 2020. This new model is also a budget friendly phone. It pretty much looks like an iPhone 8 but has the internal features of more recent models like the iPhone 11.

MAIN FEATURES OF THE IPHONE SE

4.7-inch screen

A13 Bionic chip

7 megapixels front camera and 12-megapixels rear camera

Touch ID

3GB RAM

64GB, 128GB or 256GB storage

This new iPhone has pretty solid features from both the inside and outside. The return of the home button is a nice move from Apple because some iPhone users are really nostalgic about it. The buttonless new generation iPhones are not appealing to everybody. Some people that were hesitant to upgrade their phone will definitely go for this one.

The iPhone SE is available in Black, White and Red colors. Wireless charging is supported and it is water resistant.

This iPhone comes with a 7-megapixel front-facing camera and a powerful 12-megapixel rear camera. It can also record 4k videos at 60 frames per second and supports slow-motion video recording. These are pretty solid camera features, one of the main selling points of Apple.

The iPhone SE is already largely appreciated because of its features and affordable price tag.

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In summary, iPhone users still using older models can confidently upgrade to this phone. It’s definitely worth the money. The A13 chip for fast performance, the powerful camera, wireless charging and the plethora of other features found on this phone make it really worth more than the $399 price tag put on it for a 2020 smartphone.

 

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