Apple created the iPhone SE 2020 to provide a no-compromise option for the budget-conscious, at least in the performance department.
Borrowing a lot from the iPhone 8, the iPhone SE 2020 only has 4.7-inch screen, a single camera, and a smaller battery. But on the upside, it’s powered by an A13 Bionic chip, the same processor that’s powering the iPhone 11 series.
We already know know that it performs better than some high-end Android smartphones. But now, the latest iPhone SE 2020 AnTuTu benchmark score reveals that this under-Php30k device also outperforms Apple’s own, more expensive device, the iPhone XS Max.
As per AnTuTu, the new iPhone SE 2 got a score of 492,166. That’s higher than the 443,337 average score that the iPhone XS Max had in the last best-performing iOS devices list by AnTuTu.
The XS Max took the tenth spot on the previous list. But with the SE 2020 now in the picture, the XS Max will fall off on the list.
In fact, the new iPhone SE even got a higher score than the iPad Air 3 and Mini 5, who got a score of 482,611 and 463,089, respectively. Placing it right below the iPhone 11.
Clearly, the iPhone SE 2020 is one of the most value-oriented smartphones that Apple has released in years. If you’re still rocking an iPhone 6, 6s, 7, or 8, we have a detailed comparison to help you decide if now is the time to upgrade to an iPhone SE 2020.
But if you’re already interested in getting one, we have the full specs and pricing details for you to check out.