Apple presented its new iPhone as a big bet in the world of budget smartphones, by taking the design of the iPhone 8 of 2017, while taking the excellent SoC that equips the iPhone 11 Pro of 2019, the A13 Bionic. In other words, the idea was to offer an alternative full of processing potential for fans of the apple world who simply do not have, or do not want to spend, their precious euros.
Initially, the smartphone even made a splash, putting all Android smartphones launched in 2020 in its pocket, especially Samsung's significantly more expensive Galaxy S20 Ultra. However, it seems that Apple has equipped its iPhone 'budget' with a less equipped version of the A13.
(Rumor) It looks like Apple ‘capped’ the A13 Bionic from iPhone SE 2020
Therefore, the fact that this smartphone shares its processor with the top of the range Apple, may lead consumers to think that they will have here a device with immense quality, and the potential to withstand many long years. Serving as an entrance to the extremely appealing Apple ecosystem. Especially for those who have an older iPhone, but do not want to pay the 'premium' price of the models that hit the market in September 2019.
However, according to the recent results of the AnTuTu benchmark, it seems that Apple was not 100% sincere with its fans …
After all, the iPhone SE 2020 is more at the level of the iPhone XS and iPhone XR of 2018, than the iPhone of 2019. Since its ratings were slightly below the latest top of the range. Now see:
IPhone SE 2020 Result IPhones results
Interestingly, even so, the iPhone SE 2020 was able to beat all smartphones in the Android world in another load of tests.
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