When combined with the first point this is a potential killer blow to the flagship market – but the iPhone SE 2 still has one more trick up its sleeve.
The iPhone SE 2 boasts the same chipset as the brand’s top-spec iPhone 11 Pro Max, namely the A13 Bionic.
Software can make up some of the shortfalls; rather than employing a depth sensor, the iPhone SE 2 will use post-processing for portrait snaps with a bokeh effect.
In some ways, the iPhone SE 2’s smaller stature (with just a 4.7-inch screen) is a strength.
But to truly kill off the overpriced flagship market, there needs to be an option with a larger, and ideally higher resolution screen too.

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