At the Peek Performance event, Apple unveiled a few new products, including the iPhone SE 3. While Apple claims it is the most affordable iPhone on the market, its price is higher than previous models of the iPhone SE. For a phone that was released in 2019, Apple’s iPhone 11 is very similar in price to the iPhone SE 3. This may make it difficult for customers to decide between the iPhone SE 3 and the iPhone 11, but the following comparison should help them make a more informed choice.
Before we get started, Apple’s iPhone SE 3 supports 5G over sub-6GHz technology. The next generation of mobile communication technology has yet to be launched in India, which is a disadvantage for countries that have not installed mmWave 5G infrastructure. The Indian telecom companies are expected to release 5G on the sub-6GHz frequency in India. The iPhone SE 3 should be able to take advantage of it when it becomes available. Despite this, the iPhone 11 does not have the ability to use 5G.
Apple’s iPhone SE 3 has an impressive 4.7-inch IPS LCD display with True Tone technology and a 326 pixel per inch pixel density. It has large bezels on both the top and bottom of the display. In comparison, the iPhone 11 has a 6.1-inch screen with the same pixel density, but a larger screen size. The edge-to-edge display design is also present in the iPhone 11. Both smartphones have the same type of display, so users have to choose based on their specific needs. Those who enjoy watching videos, web series, and movies on their smartphones should go with the iPhone 11.
Things begin to get interesting now. The A15 Bionic, Apple’s newest chipset, powers the iPhone SE 3. It is also found in the iPhone 13-series. With 4GB of RAM, the phone appears to be on par with the most recent iPhone 13 Mini and 13 models, which were both tested by Geekbench recently. However, the iPhone SE 3 will be able to run multiple apps at once without any jerks. Mobile versions of popular games like BGMI and Asphalt will also run at maximum settings if used by the user.
On the other hand, Apple’s A13 Bionic chipset, which will still be capable in 2022, is included in the iPhone 11. Geekbench’s single-core test shows that the chip outperforms the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 in terms of performance. Despite the fact that it uses a 7nm fabrication technology rather than the iPhone SE 3’s 5nm, it still performs admirably. The chip is still in use on Apple products like the iPad 9th generation, which was released in September of this year. Apple’s iPhone SE 3 has a slight advantage over the iPhone 11 when it comes to processing heavy apps.
Among smartphones, Apple’s iPhones are considered to have one of the best cameras. The hardware-software combination is more important than the camera on the iPhones. Assuming all of that is in order, let’s talk about the iPhone 11’s dual-camera system. A 12MP wide-angle lens and a 12MP ultrawide lens are both available. A single 12MP wide-angle camera can be found on the back of the iPhone SE 3. Also, the iPhone 11 has a higher-resolution front camera, with a 12MP sensor, than the iPhone SE 3, which only has a 7MP sensor.
Considering that both smartphones can shoot 4K video at 60 frames per second and feature optical image stabilisation, the iPhone 11 is a no-brainer for photographers. It is true that the iPhone SE 3 has new photographic styles, deep fusion technology, and Smart HDR, but for most people, these features make little difference. Taking pictures and making videos on either of the devices will be no problem.
The iPhone SE 2020’s battery life was a major source of concern. Apple, on the other hand, claims that the iPhone SE 3’s battery life has been improved, allowing for up to two hours of additional video playback time. Although this is a step in the right direction, it still falls short of what users will be able to expect on a new iPhone 11 in 2022. The iPhone 11’s video playback time is up to 17 hours longer than that of the iPhone SE 3, which has a maximum of 15 hours. At least in theory, the iPhone 11 appears to have a longer battery life than the iPhone SE 3, at least in comparison. The iPhone 11 has a 3,110 mAh battery, which is worth mentioning.
Price comparison between the iPhone SE 3 and the iPhone 11
In the end, this may be the deciding factor for the vast majority of users. As of this writing, Apple’s website lists the new iPhone SE 3 with 64GB of storage for $49.900 in India. When compared to the iPhone 11’s price of Rs. 49,900 for the 64GB model, However, given that the iPhone 11 has recently been sold for Rs. 38,999, it would be a better choice at that price. The iPhone 11 is the best option for those who want a larger screen and better battery life. With the iPhone SE 3, you can test out the A15 Bionic processor. The iPhone 11 is available in a wider range of colors than the iPhone SE 3, which was released in 2013.