The new iPhone SE has the same design as the iPhone 8, sporting a Retina HD 4.7-inch display, a Home button with Touch ID on the front, and large bezels on top and bottom. The most prominent feature of the iPhone SE is the Apple’s A13 Bionic chip which is powering the high-end iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. That means you pay almost one-third of the price and still own the most powerful smartphone on the market. The RAM is slightly lower at 3GB but it won’t affect most average users.
The iPhone SE 2’s camera is a single-lens 12MP shooter featuring Smart HDR, software-based Portrait mode, Portrait Lighting effects, and recording 4K videos at up to 60 frames per second. Besides, we will receive some new features like water resistance, wireless charging, Wi‑Fi 6, Gigabit‑class LTE, and Dual SIM with eSIM. The battery life is up to 2.5 hours longer than the first generation’s. It supports fast charging but you will need to buy an 18W power adapter.
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