Apple announces the new iPhone SE 2020 with A13 Chip, Starts From $399
Introducing the second-generation iPhone SE, a powerful and compact new smartphone.
Apple just announced the new iPhone SE, a lower-cost iPhone starts from $399 for 64GB storage. It has the same basic shape and looks just like the iPhone 8, which means a 4.7-inch screen, large bezels on the top and bottom, and a home button with Touch ID. which makes the iPhone SE essentially the fifth generation of that same look. Apple knows this design well, and people want that design and Touch ID
Available from 17th April (preorder) and ship on 24th. The price of iPhone SE is $399 for 64GB, $449 for 128GB, $549 for 256GB. As usual, it would come with a free year of Apple TV Plus. You can choose the color in black, white and product red.
Compared with the iPhone 8, iPhone SE updated the camera and processor at a lower price. The chip was updated to Bionic A13 chip, the same as the iPhone 11 series. It's equipped with a single 12-megapixel camera lens on the back (along with a flash). Apple says it’s using the A13 Bionic’s chips to improve its Smart HDR photography, which combines multiple shots into a single photo to improve lighting and detail.
Is that new iPhone SE your next phone? ValueQ will report a detailed review soon.