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iPhone SE (2020) Vs iPhone X

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iPhone SE (2020)
iPhone SE (2020) Starting from €182.00
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iPhone X
iPhone X Starting from €245.00
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How they compare

Customer reviews

iPhone SE (2020) iPhone X
Average
4.2/5
(10385)
3.8/5
(5757)
Tell us how you really feel 3/5
2.5/5

Design

iPhone SE (2020) iPhone X
Width 67.3 mm 70.9 mm
Height 138.4 mm 143.6 mm
Weight 148 g 174 g
Thickness 7.3 mm 7.7 mm
Volume 67.99 cm³ 78.4 cm³

Screen

iPhone SE (2020) iPhone X
Resolution 750 x 1334 px 1125 x 2436 px
Density 326 ppi 458 ppi
Size 4.7 inches 5.8 inches

Battery

iPhone SE (2020) iPhone X
Battery capacity 1821 mAh* 2716 mAh*
Removable battery No No
Wireless charging Yes Yes
Fast charging Yes Yes
Ultra power saving mode Yes Yes

*Refurbished devices sold on Back Market offer at least 85% of this maximum power

Performances

iPhone SE (2020) iPhone X
Maximum storage 256 GB 256 GB
CPU frequency 2.65 GHz 2.53 GHz
External memory slot No No
RAM capacity 3 GB 3 GB
LTE support Yes Yes

Camera

iPhone SE (2020) iPhone X
Front camera resolution 7 MP 7 MP
Main camera resolution 12 MP 12 MP
Multi lens No Yes
Optical zoom No Yes
Flash Yes Yes
Optical stabilization Yes Yes
Slow motion video Yes Yes
Main camera video resolution 2160 px 2160 px

Audio

iPhone SE (2020) iPhone X
Stereo speakers Yes Yes
3.5mm jack socket No No
Number of microphones 3 3

Our recent comparisons

iPhone SE (2020) vs iPhone X Comparison

iPhone SE 2020 vs iPhone X: would you prefer modern internals, or modern design?

The iPhone SE vs X is an interesting comparison because while the iPhone X has a very modern exterior thanks to its notched full-body display, the SE has newer internals which provide a faster software experience. So whether you want the iPhone X vs SE depends on whether you prefer interior muscle or exterior frills.

iPhone SE 2020 vs X: are the internals really that much better?

If you investigate the internal specs of the iPhone SE vs X, perhaps the first detail you’ll notice is that the SE comes equipped with the A13 Bionic chip, whereas the X has an A11 Bionic. This means that the SE has a processor that’s 2 generations newer, which will result in the device feeling faster as a whole (this is especially important if you do a lot of multitasking or mobile gaming). And another benefit of this processor: you’ll notice better camera performance when it comes to sharpness and colors, but the 2nd rear lens on the iPhone X comes with its own benefits such as more/less zoom and a better portrait mode.

iPhone SE 2020 vs X battery life comparison

When you look at the specs of the iPhone X vs SE you’ll notice that the SE has a much smaller battery—1821mAh vs 2717mAh in the X—these numbers aren’t really telling us the whole story. This is because the SE has that more efficient A13 chip, while the X comes with a relatively large OLED screen which eats up a lot more battery than the smaller LCD display found inside the SE. Depending on what battery drain test you run, you may get somewhat different results when comparing these two devices, so we’ll just make it easier for you to understand and say that they’re both relatively equal. If you’re a light or moderate user, you can expect both of these phones to last you a whole day without needing to recharge.

iPhone SE 2020 vs iPhone X: Touch ID vs Face ID

The iPhone SE gives you the option to use Touch ID to unlock the device—you swipe your thumb over the home button and voilà, magic! The iPhone X, on the other hand, has Face ID, which uses sensors found in the notch to scan your face and unlock the device if it recognizes you. Neither system is absolutely perfect all the time, but they’re both pretty reliable, and neither is substantially better than the other.

iPhone SE 2020 vs X: we’d rather buy the SE because of the newer internals

It’s hard to really say that the Phone SE is better than the iPhone X because these devices offer different strengths and weaknesses. But we’d suggest buying the SE because of the improved internals. Yes, the iPhone X has a bigger screen, and maybe you’d prefer Face ID to Touch ID, but we think the refurbished iPhone SE is a better recommendation for the average user. If you like watching a lot of videos and spend a lot of time on social media, then the X may be preferable, and it’s definitely not a bad choice, either. We hope this iPhone X vs SE comparison was helpful in showing you the differences between these two devices, and we hope you enjoy whichever refurbished iPhone you end up choosing!

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