A few days ago, at its official event, Apple announced its new cheap iPhone. Although the company disclosed the main features of the device such as its processor and screen, the RAM memory was not known.
As confirmed by benchmarking platform Geekbench, Apple’s new iPhone SE (2022) comes with 4GB of RAM. That amount is as much as the iPhone 13 and 13mini which also use the A15 Bionic chipset.
The Geekbench scorecard for the iPhone SE (2022) confirms that it achieved 1,695 points in the single-core test, which is comparable to the iPhone 13 series, and 4,021 points in the multi-core department, which is slightly less. than the most premium iPhone.
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Geekbench listing shows the new budget iPhone runs the latest iOS 15.4 ready to use. Manzana will begin pre-orders for the iPhone SE (2022) in the US this Friday, March 11, with the entry-level 64GB model priced at $429. Shipments in the US and the first wave to 30 countries, including Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, and the UK, will begin a week later on March 18.
As you know, the new iPhone SE It retains much of the design of the previous model, including Touch ID. Its Retina screen is 4.7 inches with HD resolution. For the photographic section, a 12-megapixel camera is added, which incorporates Deep Fusion and Smart HDR 4 technology.