In all comparisons when we compared the iPhone SE 2020 with its predecessors and that we were broadcasting it for a few days, this is probably the strongest. However, you may be wondering if it's worth upgrading from your iPhone 8 to the new iPhone SE. We give you the keys here.
Comparison: iPhone SE 2020 vs. IPhone 8
Before proceeding, it should be noted that IPhone 8 is no longer for sale. It looks like Apple is looking at this year's iPhone SE The natural successor of the iPhone 8
Table of details
|IPhone SE||IPhone 8|
|Dimensions||138.4 x 67.3 x 7.3mm||138.4 x 67.3 x 7.3mm|
|Weight||194 g||148 g|
|Show||4.7-inch Liquid retina||4.7-inch HD retina|
|Maximum pixel||326 ppi||326 ppi|
|Processor||A13 Bionic||A11 Bionic|
|An operating system||IOS 13||IOS 13|
|Storage||64, 256 and 512 GB||64 and 128 GB|
|Cameras||12 Mp||12 MP|
|Battery||13 hours of video, 40 hours of music||13 hours of video, 40 hours of music|
|Others||Dual SIM, Touch ID, IP67 resistance, 6 mode with 6 effects||Touch ID, IP67 resistance|
|Official price||489 euros||748 euros|
Is it worth doing the jump from iPhone 8 to iPhone SE?
Not at all. There are a couple of reasons why it's worth jumping from one model to another. Both are similar tools in several variations. For example, a processor A13 Bionic and 3GB of RAM The iPhone SE 2020 could be a reason to take the leap. However, it is unlikely that the difference of working with the A11 Bionic from IPhone 8 be careful.
On the camera side, the specs are exactly the same. However, i IPhone SE
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In such cases showand battery life and communication the difference is even greater. If you own an iPhone 8, you have very few reasons to force and jump on this new iPhone SE.