At its “Peek Performance” event, Apple unveiled the new iPhone SE 3, along with the iPad Air 5 and Mac Studio. The new low-cost iPhone is powered by the A15 Bionic chip, which enhances performance while using less power.
The premium iPhone 13 models use the same A12 Bionic chip. This time around, Apple used more durable materials, bringing the iPhone’s entry-level model up to speed with the company’s high-end devices. It also competes with the Galaxy S22 Pixel 6 series thanks to its larger battery and a more modern design than the iPhone SE 3.
When compared to its predecessors, the iPhone SE 3 has a massive battery. On a full charge, the iPhone SE 3 lasted nearly six and a half hours. Other Android flagships, such as the Samsung Galaxy S22 and Google Pixel 6, are outperformed by this device. The battery on the new iPhone SE is bigger, but it’s still smaller than the ones in the Galaxy S22 and Pixel 6.
As previously stated, the iPhone SE 3 has a much larger battery than its predecessors. A full charge on the iPhone SE 3 lasted nearly 6 hours and 30 minutes. They outperform the Samsung Galaxy S22 and Google Pixel 6 in terms of Android flagship performance. Despite having a larger battery than the Galaxy S22 and Pixel 6, the iPhone SE is still significantly smaller than those devices.
A lesser screen resolution on the iPhone SE 3 compared to the Galaxy S22 and Pixel 6 should also be considered. However, the high-quality images provided by these Android devices come at a price Because the iPhone SE 3’s regular 60Hz panel consumes more battery life, both Android phones have higher refresh rate displays than the iPhone SE 3. Although the iPhone SE 3 lacks these features, it still has a longer battery life than its predecessors. You can see how the new model compares in terms of battery life to its predecessors and the iPhone 13 models.