It has been confirmed by Geekbench that the iPhone SE (2022) will have 4GB of RAM
Geekebench has confirmed that Apple’s upcoming iPhone SE (2022) will have 4GB of RAM. That’s the same as the A15 Bionic chipset used in the iPhone 13 and 13 mini. When it comes to single-core performance, the SE (2022) scored 1,695 points, which is on par with the iPhone 13 series, and 4,021 points in the multi-core sector, which is somewhat below the higher-end iPhones.
Apple’s new low-cost iPhone comes preinstalled with iOS 15.4, according to Geekbench. iPhone SE (2022) pre-orders begin on Friday, March 11th, and will cost $429. Beginning a week later on March 18, shipments to the United States and the first 30 countries in the first wave of 30 countries will commence.