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Apple’s new iPhone SE features 2GB of RAM but uses older TouchID hardware

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Thanks to an AnTuTu benchmark listing, it is now confirmed that the new Apple iPhone SE does come with 2GB of RAM like the bigger iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus.

With a score of 134,358, the iPhone SE manages to leave its bigger siblings behind in the popular benchmark. Not every surprising though, as the iPhone SE features a smaller display and a lower resolution as well.

iPhone SE Antutu

 

Unfortunately though, it appears the front-facing camera on the new iPhone SE hasn’t been upgraded at all. It is the same 1.2 MP unit that was used by Apple on the iPhone 5 (not 5s). Another disappointing revelation that surfaced online today is that the iPhone SE uses the first-generation TouchID hardware used on the 5s, which means it will be much lower than the much improved TouchID hardware on the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus.

Via: GSMArena

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