After using Android for 10 years and also Windows Phone, when the latter ended, I decided to give Apple a try and bought the original SE from 2016.
I noticed there were less customisation options than Android, but the phone is of the highest build quality and it just works, all of the time, unlike so many Samsung, Acer, Android issues I had over the years.
And the updates still keep coming on a phone that was released more than 4 years ago with iOS 9 and now it is running on iOS 13.5.
But the most important for me is that iOS is much more secure Android and the App store is properly checked unlike Google Play store here many malware apps entered.
I was so impressed with the SE that I bought an iPhone 6s and use the old SE as a spare phone when travelling with local SIMs and for GPS navigation.
Now the new SE is the size of my 6s and the insides of the 11, what a superb combination. And for an amazing price. I'd be crazy to return to Andoid for all the above reasons!
Bilugi00, 18 May 2020As for as I am saying that I will buy one plus 7 Pro with almost 8 Gigs Of Ram and also the 25... moreYou do know ram doesn't really matter on iOS? Right? iOS isn't as resource intensive as Android, meaning they don't actually need that much ram. A 3gb or 4gb ram iPhone can compete with a Android device with double or triple the RAM.
Jonirob why, 22 May 2020Hello everyone. I know that we all are tech lovers. We can't stop fantasizing about more ram ... more10000000%, agree with you there. People need to understand apple doesn't make phones for everyone, it's only for , like you said 10-15% of the market. They don't care if you would rather android, if their products sell and the users like it ( not people who THINK it's a bad device, I mean an actual user), then apple are happy. So what is Xiaomi is cheap but has a big battery and 10x zoom, it doesn't concern people who want a reliable phone that lasts years, unlike with Xiaomi's devices. I doubt Apple cares about any of the Chinese brands expect Oneplus and Huawei. And obviously Samsung.
Not convincing at al, 27 Jun 2020Sorry, but you sound like an Apple fanboy trying to sell the iPhone SE 2020 as the best phone ... moreAnd why does it matter that he/she is a fan of apple. Let people be happy with their products. Maybe they liked so much they think more people should buy, shouldn't mean anything to you.
JJTECH, 01 Jul 2020Can I use and fit- Model A1765 EMC 3100, 2375mAh iPhone Smart Battery case on iPhone SE 2020? Yes you can since it has the same form factor, so there should be no problem.
I am still a fan of android, android phones are affordable, with good cameras, with bigger battery capacity.
Those greedy little bastards took out the 3.5mm jack even tho they had enough money to install a touch sensitive home button
Then they had the audacity to sell a separate 3.5mm jack adapter to profit more money
What about the other people (Like ME) who still use headphones with a 3.5mm jack?
It’s just a money steal!
Can I use and fit- Model A1765 EMC 3100, 2375mAh iPhone Smart Battery case on iPhone SE 2020?
I worried SE due to old design concept. But it was totally wrong.
Really wonderful harmony between original and new fashion trend.
Now it's difficult to me to decide my daughter's present... SE or Velvet...
Mai2sam, 27 Jun 2020I have never had an ios phone and heard so much about it and want try one, is this a good one... moreI'll advise you to wait for the iphone 12, almost the same price as the SE 2020 but with tons of extra features
I have never had an ios phone and heard so much about it and want try one, is this a good one to buy if am not sure I'll like Ios?
I have an p30, I got it last year,
I just want to know is this a good phone to try Ios out, to see if I like it or not or should I buy the A71 cause it look pretty cool and don't bother with Ios at all?
vipboss82, 17 Jun 2020256GB Black iPhone SE (2020) Bought it Online On My Birthday May 27th 2020, It’s Simply The B... moreSorry, but you sound like an Apple fanboy trying to sell the iPhone SE 2020 as the best phone ever. Wait, reading back your comment you really are a fanboy, aren't you?
I picked mine up because of size and price as my first "smart phone" and technically, it seems to live up to the hype. However, I have to caution ANYBODY getting this as their FIRST smart phone: Don't Expect Any Directions On Use. I was amazed at the complete lack of concern from Apple for first time users. Their website is a maze of slick marketing, and lacks the basic organization to find things easily. Their assumption is that you already know all about smart phones, or why would you buy one? I finally had tech support (a kindly soul) refer me to Utube to get the basics of phone operation. The company that sold me a 400.00 phone can't afford basic operating instructions, and wants 3.99 for the privilege of downloading instructions. If you're new to this process and smart phones in general, you better know someone who has the time to help you through the basics because you certainly won't get any assistance from Apple.
YouNite., 16 Jun 2020Oh yay. We have 2 sides of people here, people who like the phone, and the people who hate it.... moreI got actually confused when watching reviews about this phone. It puts flagship specs on the table but brutally takes away one vital aspect expected from the cheapest of budget phones: a decent battery!!!
The shear fact that it has such a miserable battery life makes this phone out of question.
I think GSMarena's battery test has the most credibility bcoz all of those Youtubers out there drain the battery in one mode only: screen-on time (SoT) .
Letting the phone run a game or play a video with the screen on has its merit but doesn't even tell half of the story. It's a phone, it must be connected to the network.
The four-hour video playback doesn't sound all bad. But add this to a power-hungry network connection and then do the math!