However, one thing that has always been the key highlight of iPhone SE series smartphones is that all of them are powered by Apple’s current-generation processor of that time. This means, the iPhone SE 2020 was powered by Apple A13 Bionic chipset Following the similar concept, Apple updated the smartphone and now the latest one comes with the latest-generation Apple silicon — A15 Bionic, the same chipset that powers the iPhone 13 series smartphones.
Let’s take a closer look at how the two smartphones compare in terms of design, features, specifications and more.
iPhone SE 2020 vs iPhone SE 2022: Design
As mentioned, both the iPhones carry exactly similar design. In fact, they have exactly similar dimensions — 138.4 x 67.3 x 7.3mm. However, in terms of weight, the current-generation iPhone SE is heavier by 4 grams.
Apart from that everything is similar, they both have the old iPhone’s glass sandwich design with Touch ID button and come with an IP67 rating. Both iPhones do not come with Face ID and MagSafe.
iPhone SE 2020 vs iPhone SE 2022: Display
Display-wise, both features the same 4.7-inch LCD True Tone display with Haptic Touch support. Also, they support 60Hz display only. The display resolution is also the same.
iPhone SE 2020 vs iPhone SE 2022: Performance
This is where things start getting different. The iPhone SE 2022 is powered by Apple A15 Bionic chipset, while the iPhone SE 2020 is powered by Apple A13 Bionic. While both are pretty powerful chipsets, it’s the Apple A15 Bionic that packs more punch and that’s also because it’s the latest of the two.
The iPhone SE 2022 also supports 5G connectivity option, while the previous generation only supports 4G.
In terms of other hardware specifications, both iPhone SE models come in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB storage options.
Battery life has also improved on iPhone SE 2022. As claimed, the current-generation iPhone SE is expected to offer 2 hours more video viewing time than the previous generation.
iPhone SE 2020 vs iPhone SE 2022: Camera
It is now clear that nothing much has changed between the two smartphones, the cameras also stay similar. The new iPhone SE features the same 7MP sensor at the front and a single 12MP sensor at the back. However, the new iPhone SE does get computational photography benefits, including Smart HDR 4, Photographic Styles, Deep Fusion, and Portrait mode.