We all know that iPhone SE came with the same A13 Bionic processor found in iPhone 11, but it’s not all that matters. If we are to compare these two, we will find out even more exciting things.
When it comes to the display and camera
iPhone 11 comes with a much larger 6.1-inch screen on the front, and with a dual-lens camera setup on the back. If you like taking photos, you might want to pay a bit for it.
iPhone SE comes with its single-lens camera on the back, which has the name megapixels, but it’s one less lens. This means that you won’t get the same degree of flexibility.
When it comes to biometrics
iPhone 11 comes with Face ID, but iPhone SE doesn’t. This one comes with Touch ID, with a fingerprint sensor. It’s not necessarily a bad thing, but it’s also not a step forward. But then again, if you don’t like your phone scanning your face, then that’s a dealbreaker, as well.
When it comes to design
iPhone SE looks much more like an iPhone than the iPhone 11 does. iPhone SE is the best small phone we’ve seen in years now. The latest device from Apple is really what we need right now: it will come with Apple’s iOS ecosystem, water-resistance, and wireless charging.
When it comes to battery
The battery life has always been a problem with Apple. The company claims that the new phone will last up to 13 hours of video on a single charge. However, iPhone 11 comes with an “all-day battery” life.we don’t know if it’s the same size of the battery, but this “13 hour of video” reminds us of the 2017 device when it comes to battery performance.
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