Apple unveiled the second-generation iPhone SE on April 15 with a 4.7-inch display, A13 Bionic chip, Touch ID home button, up to 256 GB storage, and more. The iPhone SE (2020) is a potent new smartphone in a famous style, according to Apple.
The size is just 4.7 inches, making it much more convenient than most conventional smartphones, and after the previous SE, it is Apple’s least expensive iPhone. You will pick up one with 64 GB of storage for a mere 42,500.
The iPhone SE will be available via Apple Authorized Resellers and select carriers in 64GB(30,579 approx), 128GB(Rs.34,411 approx) and 256GB(Rs.42,075 approx) versions in black, white, and RED. The availability to India will be revealed at a later date.
The iPhone SE is essentially an iPhone 8 that has a better camera and processor — and a lower price tag. Although it’s a fairly old version, it has Apple’s A13 Bionic chip on this iPhone SE, the same that is available in the new 11 and 11 Pro versions.
The phone features an aerospace-grade aluminum and robust glass design and rear glass finish with a centered Apple logo and is manufactured using a seven-layer color process for accurate hue and opacity, providing rich color depth with an aluminum band matched to color.
The app has a single 12MP f/1.8 broad aperture sensor and uses A13 Bionics image signal processor and neural engine to enable even more computational photography benefits including Portrait Mode, all six Portrait Lighting effects and Depth Control.
The rear camera supports high quality video capture at 4 K up to 60fps, and expanded dynamic range falls to iPhone SE for information up to 30fps more highlight. This also has a selfie 7MP front-facing camera, and features a portrait mode.
The iPhone SE features Dual SIM with eSIM that allows users the versatility to have two different phone numbers on one device when traveling abroad or for business line use.
Other features of the latest iPhone SE include water resistance IP67-rated, Wi-Fi 6 and battery life comparable to the iPhone 8. And there is no headphone port, unlike the original iPhone SE. The new iPhone SE features a 5W power adapter, Lightning to USB cable, and EarPods in the box with a Lightning connector.