You're making a MISTAKE – iPhone SE vs iPhone 11

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iPhone SE:
Apple’s 2020 iPhone SE and iPhone 11 Pro Max are on entirely different ends of the pricing spectrum, BUT are they also on different ends of the features spectrum? I’d argue that they’re much closer than you think. Let’s compare Apple’s cheap iPhone against the flagship iPhone 11 Pro Max to see if you’re really getting a good bang for your buck!

iPhone SE (2020) vs iPhone 11:
iPhone 11 Pro Review:

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-iPhone SE 2020 Specs-
Colors: Black, White, Red
4.7” display, 1334×750 resolution
Touch ID
A13 Bionic chip
IP67 rating
Rear camera: 12MP wide camera
Front camera: 7MP camera
Starting price: $399

-iPhone 11 Pro Specs-
Colors: Gold, Space Gray, Silver, Midnight Green
64GB, 256GB, 512GB
5.8″ or 6.5″ Super Retina XDR display
A13 Bionic chip
Rated IP68
Triple 12MP Ultra Wide, Wide, and Telephoto cameras
12MP TrueDepth camera
Battery: 4 hours longer than iPhone XS
Face ID
Starting price: $999 or $1099

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30 Replies to “You're making a MISTAKE – iPhone SE vs iPhone 11”

  1. jayanth kumar

    Thanks I saved my cash and went for iPhone SE and you know what you are right it’s performances like a champ In all department am happy with what I spent for this

  2. Tony Hwang

    Why we carry cell phone? For me it is mainly for emergency as a senior if something happens to me.
    SE fits the bill for me. I don't play game, I don't stream video, don't listen to endless music. Just occasional
    phone chats.

  3. JR_UK

    For people who can't use Apples OLED due to PWM, which is still present on the 12 Series, we gotta count our blessings there are still LCD iPhones. There is even some weird dithering on the XR and 11 which can cause eye issues for some.

  4. Footender

    I think it makes a big difference in how you consume your media and what other devices you have. For me I have a decent laptop, desktop, smart TV, PlayStation 4 and iPad so I really just use my phone for communication and just looking up the odd thing, the camera and the GPS so for me SE2 is totally fine but I can understand if some one doesn't have a computer or if they travel a lot I totally get needing a nice big and feature rich all in one device.

  5. sean lim

    I just find it absolutely amazing that the se contains the same a13 processor like the 11 pro and 11 pro max. For such a small and compact iphone like the se, it really does impress me!

    P.s. one is 300 dollars and the other is 1100 dollars, so it's pretty clear which one is the clear winner.

  6. Sophia

    For me, I think the bezels are really a deal breaker. Not for the look, just that in 2020, coming from a older phone that has bezels, which really annoy me when I see the convenience of gestures on the iPhone X etc. I would definitely take the iPhone 11. But that's just me personally. The iPhone SE is 100% the best value iPhone we've seen in a long time, and if not for my preference for gesture control, I would buy it in an instant. With the A13 processor it's so fast and the camera is simply incredible. And the price is extremely competitive. The fact that I'm comparing it to the iPhone 11, a phone almost double the price, just shows how capable and good value the SE is. It was a very smart decision by Apple.

  7. Damian Grouse

    I want the gen 1 SE size. That’s what I’m using now and it does all I need. If my phone breaks I guess I’ll have to buy the new SE with the largest memory but, I won’t be happy about a bigger phone.

    Ps. All including fit in all the pockets in all my clothes.

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