T3 Magazine|Awards 2020
Processor A13 Bionic chip
Screen 4.7-inch 1334x750 Retina LCD
Cameras 12MP wide rear; 7MP front
OS iOS 13
The real trick to the iPhone SE range is that it manages to cut a lot of costs without feeling like it has – you get a full-fat iPhone experience (just about) powered by the latest processor, which is also found in the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11.
That chip not only makes it very fast, highly capable, and fairly power efficient, it also packs in advanced image processing so the camera can punch well above its weight.
When it comes to design, it gets its looks and build straight from the iPhone 8, which means it feels just as premium as any other iPhone. From the moment you unpack it, it feels like something that costs a lot more.
At 4.7 inches, the screen is the smallest iPhone screen by a long way. This means it’s the most usable for those with smaller hands. However, the trade-off is you lose a little bit of screen real-estate, and a tiny bit of scale, with elements appearing a little smaller than on the bigger iPhones.
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