6 Reasons why Apple iPhone SE may or may not excite you!

By April 3rd, 2016 AT 5:15 PM

The tech town this week saw the latest innovation from Apple—the iPhone SE. It’s the smaller version of Apple iPhones and it has been developed primarily for the developing markets.

iPhone SE
Here, we bring to you some pros and cons of the phone that may or may not excite you to go for it.
Pros–

    1. Apple’s sleek size iPhone SE makes it easy to handle. The new 4-inch iPhone is dubbed as the smaller version of Apple’s flagship iPhone, but that does not mean that you have to compromise with the features found on a high-end iPhone, as other than the size, almost everything remains the same.
    2. iPhone SE has a 12-megapixel rear camera and the front-facing camera is of 1.2 megapixels. It has got some of its features from iPhone 5s, for example, the front FaceTime camera is alike the sensor of an iPhone 5s. At the same time, iPhone SE has got an impressive battery life. Apple iPhone SE has an A9 processor, which experts believe is amazingly fast. The phone has also got 2x faster CPU and 3x faster GPU performance, which makes it stand out in the crowd.
    3. Priced at $399, the phone could be a formidable rival for all the players offering phones in the same price range as hardly you can own the latest processor and camera technologies within this price range.

    The Apple iPhone SE bears a stark resemblance with the iPhone 5s, but with more rounded corners like the iPhone 6s. The iPhone SE will be available in Space Gray, Gold, Silver, and Rose Gold color variants with 16GB/64GB storage options.

    Cons:

    1. It would be difficult for those who have used the larger screen sizes and therefore, moving to a 4-inch screen would make them struggle a bit initially. Most likely, people who are currently using the 4-inch phones would like to go for it.
    2. Shelling out $399 for Apple iPhone SE would be a big deal in India as phones in this price range are considered premium phones and in such a condition, the uptake could be luke-warm.
    3. About 50% of Indian consumers today use 5-inch plus displays, as they use their phone to see videos, movies, etc and therefore, a 4-inch screen size would not serve their purpose.

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    ankush
    ankush

    If some one owns a mobile shop/ franchise then it is fine for him to change his cellphone every weekend
    And can go for 39k gold brick
    But in India
    Spending this much is not logically correct.

    Madhan Kumar
    Madhan Kumar

    With in 5 years I bet Apple,Samsung and other looting companies Share market will be completely down.A company which is over greedy will definitely fall one-day..

    Atheist
    Atheist

    To all those who are saying why 39k for a tiny display please first read what apple is saying about this phone. They have launched it specifically for those who want a 4 inch handy compact phone like 5S but dont want to compromise on processing power. This is specifically targetted to the 4inch device loving audience so if you are a phablet lover then please stay away dont put ur stupid comments. 4 inch android phones come with crap specs. I myself am a compact phone lover which has great cam and great power. For those who want a… Read more »

    Neeraj
    Neeraj

    +1

    Rightly said man! Very well explained

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