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Apple have relaunched the iPhone SE for the new decade, offering a low-budget alternative for fans of the American tech giant

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At a glance 

Display4.7-inch display
Resolution1334 x 750, 326 ppi
Front Camera7MP f/2.2 aperture
Rear Camera12MP f/1.8 aperture and six-element lens
Storage64GB, 128GB, 256GB
Memory3GB RAM
PriceStarting at £419

Availability and price

Apple’s new iPhone SE was released on April 24 2020 as one of the cheapest mobile phones ever in the company’s history – the base model with 64GB storage costing £419, while the 128GB was £469 and the 256GB was £569.

Design and display

On the outside, the 2020 iPhone SE is almost an exact replica of the iPhone 8 released in 2017 – it’s compact, the screen measuring at 4.7 inches, as well as extremely lightweight. However it does also carry some design features like its chunky bezels that may render it too ‘old-school’ for some.

The display isn’t as high-tech as you’d find in more flagship iPhone models – the resolution isn’t as great – 1334 x 750 and 326 pixels-per-inch – and the screen isn’t as bright, but given that this is designed to be a more affordable version of the iPhone it’s unlikely this will matter too much to users.

Camera and features

The camera was always going to be an important feature, especially on a low-budget model designed to offer the benefits of an iPhone in a more affordable package. Apple’s thinking was to introduce a more powerful chipset – which we’ll talk about later – to bolster the phone’s image processing power and therefore improve the camera quality.

The hardware itself is essentially the same as was found in the iPhone 8 – including a 12MP rear camera with an f/1.8 aperture and a six-element lens. However the A13 Bionic chipset means the difference is noticeable when you compare pictures from an iPhone 8 and the new iPhone SE.

It means that overall the camera performs pretty well when you consider how much the overall phone costs – compared to snaps you’d take with an iPhone 11. The front camera isn’t bad either at 7MP with an f/2.2 aperture.It doesn’t offer a vast array of other features, but the iPhone SE is still a solid and relatively affordable handset.

Tech specs

As mentioned above, the main callout for the iPhone SE is the A13 Bionic chipset, which lets the phone compete with the iPhone 11 in terms of speed and performance as well as boosting its camera quality.

Apple never announce their battery sizes, but they have said the phone will last around the same length of time as the iPhone 8.

The handset also comes with 3GB RAM and storage options of 64GB, 128GB and 256GB.

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iPhone SE 2020 specs

Manufacturer Apple
Operating System iOS
Release Date 24/04/2020 00:00:00
Sim Card Type Nano
Accelerometer Yes
Proximity Yes
Compass Yes
Barometer Yes
Gyroscope Yes
Size & Weight
Form Factor Candy Bar
Thickness 7.3 mm
Size 138.4mm x 7.3mm x 67.3mm
Weight 148 g
Battery Type Lithium Ion
Capacity 1821 mah
Standby hours
Talktime 14 hours
Display Size 4.7 inches
Screen Type LCD
Resolution 750 x 1334 inches
Pixels Per Inch 326 ppi
Touch Screen Type Capacitive
Processing power
CPU 2650 mhz
Processor Cores 6 Cores Cores
Memory 3000 MB
Internal Storage 64, 128, 256
External Storage No
Camera & Video
Primary Camera 12 MP
Flash Yes
LED Flash
GEO Tagging Yes
Auto Focus Yes
Fixed Focus Yes
Touch Focus
Face Detection Yes
Smile Detection
Image Stabilisation Yes
Video Quality 2160
2nd Camera 7 MP
Generation 4G
Frequency Dual-band
Wi-Fi No
Wi-Fi Hotspot No
Wi-Fi Direct No
Bluetooth No
Loudspeaker Yes
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