Released in the UK in 2020, the iPhone SE (Special Edition) is a handy option for iPhone fans. Combining the processing power of the iPhone 11 generation with the less advanced display quality, camera features and aesthetics of the iPhone 8.
Latest iPhone SE offers
iPhone SE processor and screen size
Powered by Apple’s A13 Bionic chip, the iPhone SE promises good value for money. The chip, which enables lightning-fast and smooth application operation and improves its battery efficiency, was the company’s fastest processor when it was released, and is also being used in its flagship iPhone 11 line.
The trade-off is a 4.7-inch screen smaller than newer iPhones. The resolution of 1334 × 750 pixels at 326 ppi does not correspond to that of successive models but remains correct.
iPhone SE camera setup
With multiple rear-lens cameras now the norm for high-end smartphones, a return to a unit may not appeal to photography enthusiasts. But the wide 12 MP camera is more than enough for taking high definition photos, including capturing stunning landscapes and recording 4K videos at up to 60 frames per second, which is perfectly adequate for stills. in most of the cases.
Special features include “Portrait Lighting” with six effects, advanced red-eye correction, and photo geo-tagging.
iPhone SE drums
The iPhone SE houses an 1,821mAh battery, enough power for up to 13 hours of video playback. It can be charged wirelessly or via USB.
Memory, water resistance and more
Inspired by the iPhone 8, the iPhone SE has some of its best aesthetic features, such as its compactness. Smaller than newer iPhone models, it’s also lighter and weighs 148g.
An IP67 rating is equivalent to protection against dust and immersion in a depth of one meter of water for up to 30 minutes.
The device comes with 3 GB of memory, 37 built-in apps, which give access to some of Apple’s exclusive services such as Apple TV, Wallet and Podcasts, and a dozen accessibility features including Voice Control, Siri and Dictation and Speak Screen.
The enhanced security comes in the form of the Touch ID fingerprint sensor, which is built into the home button.