According to rumors, Apple will release a new 4-inch iPhone that will be named iPhone 5se or iPhone 6c. There are already some rumored specifications of the iPhone 5se, so today we’re going to use them in order to compare the iPhone 5se and iPhone 6s.
The iPhone 5se is expected to come with an IPS display of 4-inch that will supports a resolution of 11360×640 pixels at 326 ppi. The iPhone 6s comes with an IPS display of 4.7-inch that supports a resolution of 1334×750 pixels at 326 ppi. Most likely, the design of the new iPhone 5se will be similar to that of the iPhone 6S, as the phone will feature an aluminum body with plastic-like lines at the top and bottom.
Processors & RAM
The iPhone 5se is expected to come with a 64-bit A9 chipset and 1GB or 2GB of RAM. The iPhone 6s has the same chipset, but it features 2GB of RAM.
The iPhone 5se is expected to come in two internal storage variants of 16GB and 64GB. The iPhone 6s has been released in three internal storage variants of 16GB, 64GB and 128GB.
The iPhone 5se will most likely sport a primary camera of 8MP (that will be found on the rear side of the handset) that will feature autofocus, auto-HDR, face detection, panorama, geo-tagging and a secondary camera of 5MP (found on the front side of the smartphone). The iPhone 6s has a primary camera of 12MP that features dual-LED flash, geo-tagging, face detection, HDR and a secondary camera of 5MP.
The iPhone 5se is expected to come with a small 1642 mAh battery. On the other hand, the iPhone 6s has a bigger battery of 1715 mAh. Unfortunately, none of the batteries is removable, so you won’t be able to do anything when they will start suffering a drop in performance over time.
What are your thoughts about the upcoming iPhone 5se? Will you purchase the device once it will be released or do you prefer bigger sized smartphones?
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