From a technological standpoint, the iPhone SE is everything that was predicted. If you have an iPhone 8, or even an iPhone 7, you already know what you’re getting into in every regard except speed.
The 2020 iPhone SE is and isn’t an “iPhone SE 2”
Reception for the iPhone SE since launch day in actuality or in theory has been pretty good —except for the device size. From a size standpoint, this is not the 2016 iPhone SE. Instead of the cult-favorite 4-inch display, it now has the iPhone 8’s 4.7 inch LCD.