The Premium smartphone company Apple on Wednesday announced the launch of its new budget smartphone. The company finally released its long-awaited iPhone SE for the global market, which is an upgraded version of iPhone 8 which was launched back in 2017.
In India, the price of the device starts at Rs 42,500. While the whole world is moving to the larger screen the Apple’s latest offering comes with a smaller screen size which might or might not appeal to the consumers. The second generation of iPhone SE runs on A13 Bionic that is available on the new iPhone 11 series. So here is our comparison between iPhone SE, iPhone 8 and iPhone 11 to help you decide, which iPhone model you should go for.
iPhone SE: 4.7-inch Retina HD 1334×740 at 326ppi
iPhone 8: 4.7-inch Retina HD 1334×740 at 326ppi
iPhone11: 6.1-inch Liquid Retina display
iPhone SE: A13 Bionic
iPhone 8: A11 Bionic with Neural Engine
iPhone11: A13 Bionic chipset
iPhone SE: Single 12MP Wide
iPhone 8: Single 12MP Wide
iPhone 11: Dual camera set up with 12MP wide-angle lens and a 12MP ultra-wide-angle sensor
iPhone SE: 7MP selfie camera with FaceTime HD with 1080p video at 30fps
iPhone 8: 7MP selfie camera with FaceTime HD with 1080p video at 30fps
iPhone 11: 12MP selfie camera
iPhone SE: iOS 13
iPhone 8: iOS 13
iPhone 11: iOS 13
iPhone SE: Rs 42,500
iPhone 8: Rs 35,999
iPhone 11: Rs 64,900
Like we mentioned earlier also that the new iPhone SE is an upgraded variant of iPhone 8. It comes with a similar form factor aluminium and glass body with a 4.7-inch Retina HD display. The company is using the same Bionic A13 chip which is found on the iPhone 11 series making it more powerful. The company has brought it as the most cost-effective and the cheapest iPhone yet.
With the faster Bionic A13 processor it can also record 4K videos. Also, it comes with better video recording capabilities, portrait mode, wireless charging and Touch ID. If a smaller screen size appeals to you and you were also planning to buy a new iPhone, but somehow your pocket did not allow then you can go for the new iPhone SE 2020 model.
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