Apple iPhone SE(2020) Launched: Is it Worth Upgrading?

iPhone SE(2020)
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Finally, one of the most awaited phones from Apple was launched yesterday on the 15th of April. It is called the new iPhone SE (2020). This was much awaited as there were so many leaks and rumors that floated around it. So here is the look at the key specifications of it.


Apple iPhone SE (2020)

The iPhone SE (2020) comes with a 4.7-inch Retina HD display with a resolution of 750X1334 pixels (326ppi) and a glass body. Like the old Apple Phones, it has a fingerprint reader for the Touch ID that also acts as the home button.

The device has a 12-megapixel primary camera with an aperture of f/1.8 and a 7-megapixel front camera that has an aperture of f/2.2. The good news is that the iPhone has a portrait mode. On the video recording end, it supports 4K video recording.

iPhone SE (2020) is having iOS 13 out of the box with 64GB storage. It has dual SIM also, one nano-SIM and one e-SIM. The new iPhone is powered by the A13 Bionic chip which is really powerful.

The good news is that the device supports wireless charging as well as proprietary fast charging. And it is IP67 rated. The device is available in three colors: Black, White, and Red.

Apart from this, it has all the essential sensors that you would need for any of your smartphone.

Should You Consider Upgrading?

Well, this time Apple has really done some good job. The pricing is very decent as compared to the services given, iPhone SE (2020) has the A13 Bionic chipset that just kills it on benchmark scores and the screen size, the design is good too. The price for the new iPhone SE (2020) starts at $399/Rs 42,500. This is a really good price for a high-end performance smartphone.

So, anyone looking to upgrade from iPhone7 or iPhone 8 can definitely consider the iPhone SE (2020). It is quite a good phone and is around Rs 10,000 cheap than the iPhone XR which has facial recognition (Face ID) and the infamous notch.

It is not a totally huge upgrade over iPhone XR but yes definitely better than iPhone 8. In fact, if you want to switch to Apple from Android and don’t want to spend too much money, this is the right phone to go for.


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