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Apple has unveiled the latest addition to its smartphone line-up with the iPhone SE, a 4in device that's essentially a squashed-down version of the iPhone 6s with a cheaper price tag.

iPhone SE: What's new

In terms of looks, the iPhone SE is pretty much identical to the iPhone 5s, albeit with a few minor tweaks like matte-chamfered edges that bring it more in line visually with Apple's recent devices. The 4in LED display is identical to the one adorning the 5s, with a resolution of 620 x 1136 and packing a pixel density of 326ppi. Touch ID returns to power the built-in Apple Pay but it looks like 3D Touch, Apple's pressure-sensitivity tech that made its debut in the iPhone 6s, doesn't make an appearance in the SE.

iPhone SE: Specs

Inside the device, the iPhone SE comes with the same dual-core, 64-bit A9 processor and PowerVR GPU as the iPhone 6s, in addition to Apple's M9 motion co-processor, which collects motion data. The handset comes in 16GB and 64GB storage options which, as you'd expect, aren't expandable.

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