iPhone SE 2 Short Review: Performance Comparable to iPhone 11 Pro

by Adeel Younas
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Apple has released the second-generation iPhone SE or iPhone SE 2. While paying attention to the reasonable price that can be purchased from 399 USD. I am reviewing this new iPhone SE 2 to find out what kind of people the new iPhone SE is recommended by touching the actual device.

iPhone SE 2 is iPhone 11 Pro with iPhone 8 Skin

The second-generation iPhone SE is the smallest iPhone in the current lineup, inheriting the same 4.7-inch Retina HD LCD display as the iPhone 8 released in 2017. It feels comfortable to hold with one hand and is comfortable to operate.

On the front is a home button with a built-in Touch ID function that can use fingerprint authentication for payment when you purchase content from the App Store. It is convenient because you can quickly wake up the screen while wearing a mask while you are out. The iPhone SE is the only iPhone in the current lineup that has a home button.

The iPhone SE, which is equipped with the latest A13 Bionic chip developed by Apple, is “iPhone 11 Pro with the skin of iPhone 8,” which is not “a wolf with a sheepskin.” AR apps and Apple Arcade games run very smoothly.

Compared to the A9 Bionic that was installed in the first iPhone SE released in the spring of 2016, the CPU integrated into the A13 Bionic chip is about 2.4 times, the GPU is about four times, and each performance has jumped dramatically. If you’re looking for a compact and slim phone that you can use forever for years to come, we’re pushing the latest iPhone SE.

No dissatisfaction with portrait shooting or 4K video shooting even with a single camera

The high performance of the A13 Bionic chip is also reflected in the taking of photos and videos with the iPhone SE camera. The primary camera of the iPhone SE has a single lens configuration of 12 megapixels / F value of 1.8, so you cannot take a wide-angle picture or video using the ultra-wide-angle lens like the iPhone 11 series. Even so, I think that the iPhone 11 Pro has the reproducibility that it has a high resolution and can record photos and videos with natural colors.

The iPhone SE series does not have the night mode, which started in the iPhone 11 series and allows you to take colorful and bright photos without burning the flash in the dark. Even so, taking pictures in a dimly lit place still has iPhone-like stability.

A display that gives you a fantastic immersive feeling

The 4.7-inch Retina HD display has the same resolution, pixel density, contrast value, reproducible color gamut performance, and brightness as iPhone 8. There is one significant change from iPhone SE. All black/white / (PRODUCT) RED color variations use a black bezel around the display. Notably, the iPhone that adopted the black bezel for the white color model is probably the first iPhone 3GS since.

The black color of the bezel gives you a high degree of immersion when viewing movies and photos on the screen. The iPhone 8 had only one choice of the black bezel, Space Gray. The white bezel may look gentler in terms of design, but even considering the compatibility with the “dark mode” adopted from iOS 13, the black bezel is overwhelmingly tighter. I think you can see it.

For playback of video content, the iPhone 11 series, which supports Dolby Atmos and spatial audio playback, is superior in terms of lavish sound spread and stereoscopic effect. The iPhone SE has a speaker on the side of the home button that is mounted sideways, so the localization of the sound when played back with the speaker will be clearer on the iPhone 11 Pro. If you feel that the other party’s voice is a little difficult to hear during a video call using iPhone SE, connecting AirPods Pro will improve the left-right balance of the voice, so you will not be tired after listening to a long meeting. Of course, the noise-canceling function also has the advantage of blocking ambient noise.

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So that’s my short review of iPhone SE 2. If you’ve got any questions about new iPhone SE let me know in the comments section below.

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