"iPhone SE: Does size matter?"
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CNET First Look
iPhone SE: Does size matter?
The iPhone SE is basically an iPhone Six S inside a smaller iPhone Five S body.
Better processor, better camera, tinier size.
Now, if you had a larger screen phone you might find it had to go back, like me.
But other people might have already had an iPhone Five S.
How does it feel?
It's kind of a personal decision so we gave it to a lot of different people to use It's teeny, teeny tiny.
When I move my thumb across I can get down to the phone button so it's easy for me to navigate the screen.
It feels a lot like the iPhone 5s.
I have a 4s so I guess
Comparitably anything is going to feel lighter and smaller.
Fits in my hand.
For me it's all about the one handed, being able to navigate with my thumb.
It feels a little more dense like, I like, one of the reasons why I like the 4s is because of the density o fit.
Like this one, I can feel it in there, it's a little heavier than my phone.
But that gives me some security.
Like I'm gonna lose it, like it's not really there.
But that's how phones are supposed to be, they're supposed to be small.
If I'm watching media, then yeah, I would want a bigger screen.
When I open up Safari I would love a little bit bigger of a screen.
I've gotten used to the 6 plus screen size.
So much so that I rarely use my iPad now.
It feels a little long.
It feels a little out of range.
Even, my hand are not small.
Lighter than the other.
It's a lot smaller than the phone I have now.
There are couple of set of differences between the SC, the 6s and the 6s plus.
Better battery life, more stabilize camera and price increase.
But for most part the differences here are all about size.
I definite got a plan.
I'm turning my back on my phone.
[LAUGH] If I had to choose between these three, I'd probably choose this one.
This is just way too big for me.
I don't want, I always want to have a hand free, I feel like with these you always have to have two hands on the phone.
This is a little too big for me too.
This is the winner.
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