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Head-To-Head: Apple iPhone SE Vs. Google Pixel 3a

The CRN Test Center compares Apple's refreshed budget-friendly iPhone with Google's similarly priced Pixel.

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The second-generation iPhone SE features a 4.7-inch display, which is the same display size as on the iPhone 8. (However, that makes the new iPhone SE noticeably larger than the original version, which had a 4-inch display.) The once-familiar top and bottom display bezels have also returned with the iPhone SE.

For the display itself, the new iPhone SE includes Apple's Retina LCD display technology and resolution of 1,334 x 750, or 326 pixels per inch (ppi).

By comparison, Google's Pixel 3a features a significantly larger display size at 5.6 inches, and far higher resolution as well at 441 ppi (2,220 x 1,080). Additionally, the Pixel 3a offers vibrant OLED display technology, versus LCD on the iPhone SE (though Apple's Retina technology is generally considered to compensate somewhat for lower resolution on iPhone models). The Pixel 3a includes bezels above and below the display, too--meaning that neither phone offers the sort of edge-to-edge designs that have become commonplace in premium smartphones.

 
 
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