Apple recently announced the iPhone SE, a souped up iPhone 8 with an A13 Bionic chip and a new 12MP camera.
Usually, Apple is mum when it comes to other details such as RAM and battery capacity. In truth, this makes sense because what’s important is performance and how long (or short) the device runs). But new details have emerged.
As it turns out, the latest iPhone SE has 3GB RAM (which is higher than the iPhone 8’s) and a 1,821mAh battery (which is the same as the iPhone 8’s).
In comparison, the A13 Bionic powered iPhone 11 series all come with 4GB RAM. Besides, knowing iOS, it will be fine with 3GB RAM.
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The downside to this is that it will probably have an hour or two of battery life over the iPhone 8, which isn’t good. We’ll find out soon enough when it hits the market.
The second generation SE is priced at PHP 26,490, and will take up the low cost spot in Apple’s lineup. It features a 4.7-inch Retina HD display with True Tone and the “classic”Touch ID fingerprint scanner.