The new SE looks similar to the iPhone 8 of 2017
Despite the epidemic, Apple introduced a new smartphone – the phone SE second generation. The company is clearly trying to boost sales at the height of the crisis. The new model, like the original SE, released in 2016, comes equipped with the company’s most powerful processor – the A13 Bionic, packaged in a case from the older model – the 2017 iPhone 8. There are three colors to choose from – red, black and white.
The screen size of the new smartphone is 4.7 inches, the body is made of aluminum, with a glass back cover. Under the front panel is a home button with Touch ID fingerprint sensor, but no recognition by the faces.
Unlike most modern smartphones, the iPhone SE has only one rear camera – 12 megapixels, the main one on the iPhone 11 at the same time, the phone supports portrait mode for both rear and front cameras, but only when taking photos of people Works.
The company focuses on the fact that the new SE follows the same principles as the core principles: affordability, good performance and small size. At the same time, over the years, the phones have grown, and if the most popular screen size among earlier users was 4 inches (it was the iPhone SE), it is now 4.7 inches.
But the main camera supports the iPhone SE Smart HDR, which first appeared on the iPhone XS, and video shooting in 4K resolution at 60 frames per second.
Following the example of the iPhone 8, the new smartphone also supports wireless charging. It also introduced support for two SIM cards: Physical and eSIM. The iPhone SE will be available in black, white and red. In the US, pre-orders for a new model will open on 17 April.
The initial price for the 64 gigabyte version was $ 399 (10,857 UAH). For 128 gigabytes, you have to pay $ 449 (12,217 hryvnias) in advance, and for 256 gigabytes – $ 549 (14,938 hryvnias).
Summary PAYSPACE magazine
Remember that the new iPhone was the first Apple device in the lower-priced segment than the iPhone’s main line, which was introduced in 2016 with the release of the iPhone SE.
The release of any low-cost device would help increase Apple’s presence in developing countries, where Android smartphones currently dominate.
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