Google Pixel 4a vs iPhone SE is one of the hottest battles in the battle of the best low-cost tablets. It seems like handset manufacturers, including these heavy Google and Apple hitters, are gradually looking to stake a claim on price for the middle ground. In a lot of respects, the two phones are remarkably close, but how do you pick between them?
It’s what we’re on here just to answer;
bringing it all from design aesthetic through their cameras, efficiency of the battery, specifications, characteristics and cost, of course.
Despite their low price, both of these mobiles pack the kind of punch that lands you among the best smartphones, but if you need a more in-depth intelligence briefing on the one you’re leaning towards after our run-down, you should check out our Google Pixel 4A person review and our Apple iPhone SE review.
Design & View of Google Pixel 4a vs iPhone SE:
There is no question that both Google Pixel 4a and Apple iPhone SE are meant as budget alternatives to their front-line rivals, but with one model this is more evident than with the other.
Though the iPhone SE is not as polished as its flagship relatives, its glass-and-aluminium water-resistant packaging and various color choices still offer the impression of a luxury construction. With its cutbacks, the Pixel 4a is a bit more visible.
It is not valued at any waterproofing level, which seems like an oversight, for a start, and its monotonous Henry Ford-like approach to color choices and highly protruding rear camera give away its price range.
It doesn’t look cheap, and by any means, it’s not an awful handset, but you can tell it’s not a model flagship. With its frame, though, it compensates for that: due to the deep contrast and punchy colors of OLED as well as the higher resolution, the sharp 1080×2340 OLED monitor looks much better than iPhone SE’s 750×1334 LCD. For the iPhone SE, the Pixel 4A still sits a little bigger at 5.8 inches vs 4.7, although they are both among the best small phones.
Some would like the iPhone SE to have the smallest possible frame, some would like the wider Pixel canvas for movies and pictures-a that’s matter of convenience.
Google Pixel 4A vs iPhone SE: Battery & Camera
Round 2 is about the heavy hitters: camera and battery efficiency at the expense of dropping our fight metaphor for something more boxing-related.
When it comes to their key cameras, in terms of raw numbers, there is not much to distinguish them. The rear camera of Google Pixel 4A supplies 12.2MP with an f/1.7 aperture, while the iPhone SE from Apple provides a 12MP, f/1.8 aperture combo. The immense strengths of The Pixel are in low light and night modes, while on video capture, the iPhone shades it.
The Pixel 4A boasts 8MP with an f/ 2.0 aperture on the front, and the iPhone SE stacks up with an f/2.2 aperture with 7MP. The front camera of the SE just about does best with selfies, but there’s not much between them otherwise.
Your own choice is the only thing which can separate them. Our reviews of the Pixel 4A and the iPhone SE have plenty of sample images to look at and figure it out.
Direct parallels are once again hard when it comes to batteries. Both will get you to a complete working day, but at bedtime you will already be plugging them in. In the box, the Pixel 4A comes with a fast-charging socket, while the SE can wirelessly charge (not included on the Pixel).
Google Pixel 4a vs iPhone SE: Features & Specifications
The iPhone SE is obviously the heavier hitter when you look at pure power, due to the addition of Apple’s A13 processor. The Snapdragon 730G comes with the Pixel 4a, a step down from what you can see in flagship models, but still a perfectly competent cpu.
When gaming, editing footage, or even waiting for a picture to stop processing, you can feel the difference, but only if you’re doing more intense versions of these things. It also makes the iPhone SE a little more future-proof, and it will hopefully be able to accommodate new app upgrades for longer with its more powerful cpu.
None of these phones are 5G ready, but a higher-priced Pixel 4a 5G model is now available, so if you go with Google, you have the choice.
Space room is the only notable item to note here. None of these phones make expandable storage practical. With 128 GB and 256 GB options at higher cost, the base iPhone SE comes with 64 GB. The Google Pixel 4A only sticks to 128GB, but for considerably less money.
Pixel 4a vs iPhone SE from Google: Price & Verdict
For you, price will be the kicker. The Google Pixel 4a and iPhone SE may operate in the same price range, but the Pixel clocks in at £ 60 less and £ 110 cheaper than the 128 GB version of the SE.
There’s nothing to distinguish thIt is safe to say that Apple’s iPhone SE looks much more future-proof with its hugely impressive A13 cpu, waterproofing and wireless charging. When it comes to the standard of the handsets, we would call this a draw, but we hope the feedback has helped you determine which of the variations between the two will lead you towards one or the other.ese phones except personal choice, so it’s safe to conclude that the Pixel 4a could emerge triumphant from this head-to-head with a markedly cheaper smartphone, but that’s not the end of the story.