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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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Along with bringing back a smaller display size and sizable top and bottom bezels, the second-gen iPhone SE revives Apple's Touch ID fingerprint recognition and home button. That approach to biometric authentication had been banished from new iPhone models since 2018, replaced by Face ID facial recognition. The iPhone SE, however, does not support Face ID in favor of Touch ID via a home button. Likewise, the Pixel 3a does not offer facial authentication and only provides fingerprint recognition as a way to log in.

 
 
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