Apple announced the iPhone SE during an event yesterday, but the device won’t be launching officially until next week. However, a Chinese source already has their hands on an iPhone SE. This is why the device has passed through the AnTuTu’s diagnostics unit.
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iPhone SE is a 4-inch device very similar to the iPhone 6S in specs. The same amount of RAM and the overall score of around 130,000 is expected.
Apple never really focuses on the specs of its devices. Nor does the company mention anything regarding the battery capacity. It only focuses on how long will the batteries last. However, the sites like AnTuTu and iFixit are eager to throw the light on such details.
As mentioned, the iPhone SE has the looks of iPhone 5S along with the specifications of the 6S. Almost all the specifications are similar to the iPhone 6S except the 3D Touch, Touch ID and resolution. AnTuTu has also confirmed that there is a 2GB RAM under-the-hood. AnTuTu score for the iPhone SE comes out to be 134,358. The score is slightly above the score of iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. The smaller iPhone leaves the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus behind by 80,554.
On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy S7 scores 125,288 or around 105,000, depending upon the processor.
Apple made a good decision when it decided to revive the design of iPhone SE. iPhone users are still craving for small screens which used to be the highlight of devices like the iPhone 5S.
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These amazing scores will surely make the iPhone SE a hot seller and with the price tag of $399 it is already the talk of the town.