iPhone SE Benchmarks Shows That The Smartphone Sports 2GB Of RAM

Omar Sohail

After the announcement of the 4 inch iPhone SE, it did not take long for the device to go through some benchmarking results, and revealing a little bit more from the hardware side of things.

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AnTuTu Results Show That iPhone SE Sports 2GB Of LPDDR4 RAM

According to the latest benchmarking from AnTuTu, iPhone SE is able to garner the following scores:

  • iPhone SE scores 134,358 points
  • iPhone 6s scores 132,620 points
  • iPhone 6 scores score of 80,554 points

Naturally, iPhone SE is able to accumulate more points than iPhone 6s on account that it has a smaller screen size, which will enable it to push fewer number of pixels across the board. We also reported that iPhone SE has been reported by Apple to deliver better battery life as opposed to the 4.7 inch smartphone.

Even with a 4 inch screen size, iPhone SE is every bit as powerful as its larger screen counterparts, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, thanks to its A9 SoC. Additionally, another perk of owning the smartphone is its rear camera sensor, which features a 12MP shooter that is able to capture 4K effortlessly.


Aside from recording 4K content, you will be able to record slo-mo videos, allowing you to place your own edits after you have done recording. Another feature that the company has incorporated is allowing you to take a selfie with better image quality and reduced noise. How? When taking a selfie, the iPhone’s screen’s becomes three times brighter than its original state, allowing you to snap an accurate image, and not worry about quality loss. In our opinion, this is actually more effective than placing an LED flash, because on numerous occasions, the processed image will end up becoming brighter than what you were originally hoping for.

Coming to the connectivity side of things, iPhone SE features an 802.11ac wireless adapter, making it three times faster than its predecessor, iPhone 5s. In addition, Apple has also placed a nifty feature called Wi-Fi calling, and for additional flexibility, there is also an NFC chip that will come in handy when using Apple Pay for contactless payments. Touch ID is present in the home button, and there is also a Bluetooth 4.2 module present.


Coming to one of the most important segments of iPhone SE, its price tag. iPhone SE comes with a $399 price for the 16GB model and $499 for the 64GB version, making it the most affordable, not to mention the most powerful 4 inch smartphone the tech giant has ever released. Additionally, you can choose to opt for a 24 monthly installment plan, which will allow you to pay $17 a month, which is a great solution for those who are unable to remove $399 immediately from their balance.

As for availability, orders for iPhone SE will start from March 24, and it will be available to purchase from March 31. What did you guys think of the latest 4 inch smartphone from Apple? Pretty powerful right? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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