Apple announced the new iPhone SE 2020 that looks like the iPhone 8 but has the internals of the iPhone 11. This is the budget phone with a price tag of $399. It features an A13 Bionic chip, 3GB RAM, fingerprint sensor, and a rear camera of 12 MP followed by the front camera of 7 MP. If we compared the size of the screen of iPhone SE 2020 with the original one then we can see that iPhone SE 2020 have 4.7-inch screen size which is slightly bigger and better than iPhone SE 2016 screen size that is only 4-inch.
It is a great budget phone with flagship-like specs. Yes, it has some drawbacks but all mid-rangers have some and I don’t see any other mid-range phone offering wireless charging in this price range, which is going to be a common thing in the future. The most important thing about this phone is that it has an A13 Bionic processor, which is the fastest processor you can get on any smartphone in this price range. The inclusion of the A13 Bionic means the SE will match the most luxurious phone on speed and on longevity.
The phone comes with a 1821mAh battery which is its major drawback. It would be better if it had at least 2300-2500 mAh battery. Four years have passed but one thing hasn’t changed that is the camera, it was 12 MP in iPhone SE 2016 which is also the same in the iPhone SE 2020 but iPhone SE 2020 comes with the new camera features like portrait mode, portrait lighting, and dept control.
With a four year gap between the new iPhone SE and the older one, there are many upgrades that come from Apple that includes wireless charging, better camera specs, and water resistance. But unfortunately, for wired headphone users, the new iPhone SE doesn’t have a headphone jack. In this price range of Rs 42,200, the iPhone SE 2020 would be sell like hot cakes as soon as the current Lockdown gets The position of the logo has been shifted to the middle in the back panel of the phone.