Recent study done by Apple has proved that most iPhone users still prefer the 4-inch phone over the recently introduced 4.7-inch phone as seen on the iPhone 6 and 6s. Due to this reason, Apple chose to revamp the iPhone 5s (Specs-Wise) and named it the iPhone SE.
The talks on the iPhone SE has been ongoing for a while now (we even shared an earlier report about the phone) but people didn’t really see that coming to limelight soon. Instead, we are mostly gazed on the upcoming iPhone 7. Apparently, earlier reports of the iPhone SE were real as Apple has officially launched the device.
The iPhone SE typically looks like the iPhone 5s. I mean, it’d be difficult to tell the difference from a distance. But guess what, the new iPhone SE packs most specs as seen on the iPhone 6s. It’s actually safe to say the iPhone SE is a smaller 6s.
So basically, the newly launched iPhone SE is a 4-inch phone that is powered by a 64-bit A9 processor and an M9 motion co-processor. The device also packs a 12 megapixels iSight camera with dual tone flash with the ability to shoot live photos and record videos in 4K mode as seen on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.
In terms of connectivity, the iPhone SE comes with LTE and a faster Wi-Fi (802.11ac) alongside an NFC Chip for Apple Pay. Better battery life is also brought to the table but unfortunately, the iPhone SE lacks the 3D Touch support.
In terms of pricing, Apple is a little considerate this time (although still considered high), the iPhone SE is priced at $399 for the 16GB model and $499 for the 64GB model. The price seem to be a bit higher in the Europe starting at €490.