Tonight, Apple finally unveiled the long-awaited iPhone SE. As revealed before the event, there is no new look, no bangs, but still a complete continuation of the previous design, that is, the appearance of the iPhone 8 years ago.
Even Apple didn’t bother to change the name and called it the iPhone SE.
Featuring a 4.7-inch LCD screen with bangs, 1334 x 750 pixel resolution, 326 ppi, 1400-1 contrast, original color display support, DCI-P3 color gamut, 625-nit maximum brightness, anti-oil and anti-fingerprint coating, Touch ID fingerprint recognition.
In terms of core configuration, iPhone SE uses apple’s current latest A15 bionic chip, which integrates up to 15 billion transistors and has great improvement in computing, graphics, AI machine learning and other aspects. It is the strongest chip in the mobile phone industry and is claimed to be 26 times faster than iPhone 8.
The new iPhone SE also comes with 5G support for the first time, including a snapdragon X60 5G baseband, a maximum download rate of 7.5Gbps, and a maximum upload rate of 3.5Gbps, as well as 5G SA and NSA dual networking. It supports millimeter wave, sub-6ghz (FDD/TDD), 5D TDD and FDD carrier aggregation and dynamic spectrum sharing.
For photos, iPhone SE has 12 megapixel single camera, F/1.8 aperture, IOS optical stabilization, computational photography thanks to the A15, smart HDR4, improved video image quality, and 7 megapixel camera on the front, the same as the iPhone 8.
It will also come pre-loaded with iOS 15, which supports a number of new features.
Starting at $429, the new iPhone SE will be available in white, black and red and will be available for pre-order on Friday and on March 18.