The third-generation iPhone SE replaces the iPhone SE 2022 – a smartphone we praised – and adds a number of current capabilities while retaining much of what makes the SE such an anomaly in the smartphone market. 5G, the same A15 Bionic CPU as the iPhone 13, Ceramic Shield, and three color options are among the major enhancements. The iPhone SE 3 (or iPhone SE 2022) is widely leaked and rumoured before its arrival, and it’s an intriguing new addition to Apple’s ever-expanding smartphone roster.
On March 8, Apple unveiled the 2022 iPhone SE 3, giving ‘cheap’ iPhone consumers the option to compare costs for the 2020 iPhone SE. On Flipkart, the iPhone SE 2020 is presently available for Rs. 29,999. The 64GB model is also discounted by 5%, bringing the price down to roughly Rs. 1500. Flipkart, an e-commerce site, also accepts outdated phones as part of its exchange programme.
Flipkart is discounting old phones by up to 13,000 rupees. With all of the finest discounts and exchange offers taken into account, the iPhone SE 2020 can also be purchased for Rs. 15,499. The 2022 iPhone SE, on the other hand, will set you back Rs. 43,900. The pre-order for the Apple iPhone SE 3 2022 begins tomorrow, and the sale will begin on March 18.8.
Specifications and Features
In 2022, most of you will argue that 4GB RAM at Rs 40,000 is weak. But this is an iPhone, but as we’ve seen over the years, Apple’s tight control over both hardware and software allows it to make the gadget run like a gazelle while using very little RAM. In reality, the vanilla iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini variants both come with 4GB RAM. And, based on that benchmark, the iPhone SE 2022 is likely to outperform several Android phones inside its price bracket.
On the surface, it was difficult to tell what had changed with Apple’s new iPhone SE 2022. In 2022, it seems to have the same big bezels and Touch ID that many of us don’t want. However, Apple obviously feels there will be demand for this model, and the iPhone SE 2022 will be here to meet that need. Apple unveiled the new iPhone SE 3 with other new goods such as the iPad Air, iPhone 13 as well as iPhone 13 Pro color variations, Mac Studio, and Studio Display. The Apple iPhone SE 2022 comes in a variety of storage configurations, with the base 64GB model beginning at Rs 43,900 in India, while it also comes in 128GB and 256GB storage options.
The lowest 64GB storage edition of the iPhone SE (2022), launched this week, costs Rs. 43,900 in India. It costs Rs. 48,900 and Rs. 58,900 for the 128GB and 256GB storage options, respectively.
Price comparison in India: iPhone SE (2022) vs iPhone XR vs iPhone 11
In comparison, the 64GB storage option of the iPhone XR is currently available on Flipkart for Rs. 39,999. It can be purchased for Rs. 30,099. after adding all the Flipkart discounts. Users of Flipkart Axis Bank cards will receive a Rs. 7,901 immediate discount as well as a 5% cashback. The phone may be purchased for Rs. 16,100 after adding the maximum exchange incentive up to Rs. 14,800. After adding the Rs 7,901 immediate discount and the 5% cashback, the cost of the 128GB model drops to Rs 34,349 from Rs 44,999.
The base 64GB edition of the iPhone 11 introduced in 2019 is now priced at Rs. 49,900 but the price drops to Rs. 44,900 thanks to an Rs. 4,000 rebate offer from Amazon for SBI Bank credit card holders. On SBI Bank Credit card purchases. A similar rebate offer is available also on the 128GB model, bringing the price down to Rs. 50,900 from Rs. 54,900. The 64GB model can be purchased for Rs. 29,950 with Amazon’s exchange incentive of up to Rs. 14,950, whereas the 128GB variant can indeed be purchased for Rs. 39,950.
Specifications comparison: iPhone SE (2022) vs iPhone XR vs iPhone 11
As previously stated, the iPhone SE (2022) seems to have the same design as that of the iPhone SE (2020), which is based on the iPhone 8. It has the same 4.7-inch Retina HD display with a screen resolution of 750×1,334 pixels and a peak brightness of 625 nits. Whereas the iPhone 11 and iPhone XR both have a 6.1-inch IPS display with Liquid Retina HD (828×1792 pixels). The pixel density on all three iPhone versions is 326ppi.
All three iPhone versions have distinct SoCs under the hood. The SE (2022) uses Apple’s newest A15 Bionic SoC, which is also used in the iPhone 13 range. iPhone XR uses the considerably older A12 Bionic, and the iPhone 11 uses the A13 Bionic SoC, which was released in 2019. The SE (2022) offers up to 256GB of internal storage, while the iPhone XR, as well as iPhone 11, have up to 128GB. Touch ID is only available on the iPhone SE (2022). Whereas Face ID is available on the iPhone XR and iPhone 11.
The iPhone SE (2020) and iPhone XR include a 12-megapixel primary rear sensor. And a 7-megapixel selfie sensor in terms of optics. The iPhone 11, on the other hand, has a dual-camera arrangement on the back. With a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor as well as a 12-megapixel wide-angle sensor but has a 12-megapixel selfie camera on the front. The only smartphone in this analysis that offers 5G connection is the SE (2022). All three iPhone models enable both wired and wireless charging.