The iPhone SE 2022, Apple’s smallest tiny and budget-friendly 5G smartphone, has been announced. The device is the series’ third version, following the iPhone SE (2020), which was released in. As a result, the phone has been a regular in the tech news cycle and comes with high expectations.
The A15 Bionic chipset, which is also used in the iPhone 13 series, is used in the iPhone SE (2022). The entry-level iPhone now supports 5G connectivity. The phone is also competitively priced, with a starting price of $429, which is only little higher than the $399 iPhone SE 2020.
The iPhone SE 2022 retains the same design as the iPhone SE 2020, which is comparable to the iPhone 8. On the back, there is a single 12MP camera hidden into the upper left corner of the glass back panel.
In addition, the iPhone SE (2022) supports 5G, but not 5G mmWave bands. Instead, it uses the sub-6 GHz range. The efficient A15 Bionic chipset improves the battery life of the cheap iPhone. IP67 dust and water resistance are included, as well as Qi wireless charging.
The new iPhone SE (2022) has storage options of 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB. There will be three color options for the phone: midnight, starlight, and PRODUCT Red.
The new iPhone SE (2022) has storage options of 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB. There will be three color options for the phone: midnight, starlight, and PRODUCT Red. From March 18, the device will be available in 30 countries, including Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, the UK, and the US. The smartphone will be available for pre-order on March 11th.
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