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Apple iPhone SE prices in Malaysia

Apple iPhones have always been compact and smaller than their Android competitors. Even with the release of larger iPhones, the demands for a smaller one ever increases. That is where the iPhone SE comes in; a small phone with large ambitions. Read more below!

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Apple iPhone SE Price by Country
CountryPrice
Hong Kong HKD 2,799
Indonesia IDR 1,500,000
Malaysia MYR 1,299
Philippines PHP 17,799
Singapore SGD 500
Thailand THB 12,362
Vietnam VND 8,999,000

About Apple iPhone SE Malaysia

Apple iPhone SE Malaysia

The Powerful 4-inch iPhone

Small phones do not necessarily have to be insufficient in terms of processing power. Many people opt for a smaller and compact smartphone because it is undoubtedly easier to handle and manage in everyday situations and usage. They want something that is smaller and still incredibly powerful to handle everyday tasks and more. The iPhone SE achieves that, and more.

The iPhone SE sports an incredibly familiar design to those who are familiar with the iPhone legacy. The iPhone SE is quite simply the internal hardware and specifications of the iPhone 6S, but placed in the body and design of what is known to be one of the best iPhones ever made, the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S – it shares the exact same dimensions too.

A Familiar Design

The iPhone SE's beautiful design is crafted from bead-blasted aluminum to create an unbelievable satin-like finish with matte chamfers. The Apple logo on the rear of the iPhone SE is an inset stainless steel piece, able to maintain its shine and glory through many daily uses. It may feel slippery, but its such an incredibly compact smartphone that you will have no problem holding it firmly in one hand.

The Power of an iPhone 6S

The iPhone SE uses the very same powerful and efficient Apple A9 64-bit chip that is found in the iPhone 6S. The A9 chipset delivers outstanding performance in speed and responsiveness during your day to day usage of your smartphone. Your applications open quickly and switching between them is simply a breeze. Your games deliver immersive console-like graphics capabilities and play with superb fluidity. It’s a level of power that is never before seen on a 4-inch smartphone.

iSight Camera

Similar like the internal components, the iSight camera on the iPhone SE is the very exact same camera module that is found on the iPhone 6S. Its incredibly quick and captures great high quality images and High Definition (1080p) video. You can also create Live Photos with the camera, which are quite simply very short videos with movement and sound, giving your memories a whole new life.

The front facing camera also allows you to have great video calls through the Apple FaceTime application. Your friends and family will be able to see your face clearly and you can see theirs on the great Retina display.

Expert Reviews

hardwarezone.com.my
Reviewed on 2016-04-28
Great benchmark performance, Long battery life, Relatively affordable for an iPhone, Great rear cameraLooks exactly the same as the iPhone 5s, Front camera not upgraded, The iPhone SE should have been launched a year earlier
When Apple announced the 4-inch iPhone SE , the initial reaction of many people was probably along the lines of, "who's going to buy a 4-inch phone in 2016?" But if you actually keep track of the phones other people are using on the train or just walking...
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businessinsider.my
Reviewed on 2016-03-31
Boring, right ?The new iPhone SE is basically the guts of the iPhone 6s stuffed into the body of an iPhone 5s. It's a Frankenphone, a mix of the best Apple has to offer and a 3.5-year-old design that feels silly to write about weeks after Samsung released...
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devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-10
This is a flash hands on review to give you the chance to see what the phone is all about as soon as possible. Stay tuned as we'll be expanding and upgrading this review very shortly with more info.When the world zigs, you zag. Buy low, sell high. When th...
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devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-10
The iPhone SE's biggest draw is its size – and I know, that's obvious. But if it weren't for the fact it's so easily operated one-handed, it would be impossible to see why Apple made this phone at all, The smaller size definitely feels great in the hand a...The design of the phone isn't ‘iconic' – it's dated. There's no reason Apple couldn't have created a smaller version of the iPhone 6S other than saving money – while that cost has been passed onto the consumer, it would have been amazing to see a new phon...
Why should you care about the iPhone SE? It's a phone that's in an identical chassis to the one released three years ago, and beyond a new color it's impossible to know which model is which. It's the iPhone ‘Special Edition'.Then I look around the train c...
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macworld.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-03-21
A9 processor makes it as fast as iPhone 6s, Sleek portable chassis, Affordable (by iPhone standards), Easy to use onehanded, Similar camera to iPhone 6sNo 3D Touch or other exciting flagship features, First generation Touch ID, Same frontfacing camera as iPhone 5s
Welcome to our iPhone SE review. If you'd rather read about Apple's larger smartphones, read our iPhone 7 review and iPhone 7 Plus review. Apple announced the iPhone SE at an event in March 2016 alongside the 9.7in iPad Pro, and started selling it on 1 Ap...
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knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2017-03-14
Amazing Performance; Excellent Camera; Great Battery Life; MarketLeading Ecosystem; PortableDesign is looking a bit old these days; Display isn't great; Might be a bit pricy for some; 16GB model is pointless
The iPhone SE update, while just a rumour at present, is believed to be a 128GB model. Reports suggest some of the internal components may also be updated, but nothing is confirmed yet.The most consistent rumour is that the new iPhone SE will feature 128G...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-01-17
Great performance, Great battery life, Gorgeous build qualityTouch ID is slower than on the latest iPhones, No 3D Touch
Bigger is not necessarily better. As smartphones have grown to fill ever larger pockets, many people have longed for the days when phones were handy, pocketable and didn't cost the best part of £800. Someone over at Apple must have had exactly the same th...
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itpro.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-12-05
Sensible size, Lengthy battery life, Good quality camera, FastNo 128GB option, No 3D Touch
Sign up for our daily newsletter Smartphones have been getting bigger and bigger, with phablets, in particular, catching on like wildfire. This makes it easy to forget that not everyone wants a 5.5in or 6in monster. Such huge phones can be unwieldy and p...
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bit.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-11-28
If you've been doggedly clinging to a now-battered iPhone 5 or iPhone 5s and steadfastly refusing to embrace the new generation of big-screen phones, then the Apple iPhone SE should make you very, very happy. It's your dream made reality: a retro-sized sm...
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wired.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-07
You can't beat the handfeel of a smaller phone. The SE's battery life is shockingly great. There's plenty of power, plenty of camera inside this bodySome website and app designs are leaving small screens behind. The SE is no movie screen, and it's sure not VR friendly. Your selfies will look worse, and your touches will be less 3D
Some things are just better bigger. Televisions, hotel rooms, border walls (supposedly), paychecks, wine glasses, hands, and one or two other things I won't mention that come up very quickly when you Google “bigger is better.” Oh, and phones.For several y...
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crowdedbrain.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-10-19
One of the devices that is certainly overshadowed by the iPhone 6 & iPhone 7 range has to be the iPhone SE which is basically a special edition version of the iPhone 5s .There is no denying that it looks identical to the latter, but underneath the hood is...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2016-10-18
Great power, Longer battery than 5S, Lower priceTired design, Old, old screen technology, Rattling home key
Why should you care about the iPhone SE? It's a phone that's in an identical chassis to the one released three years ago, and beyond a new color it's impossible to know which model is which. It's the iPhone 'Special Edition'.Then I look around the train...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-09-06
If you've been doggedly clinging to a battered iPhone 5 or iPhone 5s, then the iPhone SE is your dream made real: a 4in phone with all the power of Apple's latest handsets. If, on the other hand, you've become used to a larger-screened phone then the iPho...
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alphr.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-02
Not sure if the iPhone SE is the right phone for you? Here's a quick summary of all the iPhone SE's key features, and its major differences to the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. You'll find Alphr's full in-depth review below, and if you have any questions that ar...
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about.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-08
The easiest way to think of the iPhone SE is as an iPhone 6S crammed into the body of an iPhone 5S .On the outside, the traits of the 5S come to the forefront. Holding the SE is very similar to holding the 5S. They have the exact same dimensions. The 5S w...
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hungrygeeks.ph
Reviewed on 2016-06-22
The iPhone SE is the newest iPhone from Apple. It looks like an old iPhone because it really is — it has the iPhone 5/5S' body with all the horsepower found on the previous iPhone 6S. So yeah, it has a 4-year old design but don't let the looks fool you, i...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-21
With the launch of the iPhone 6, Apple had finally tapped into the latent demand for bigger iPhones, and as a result we saw some record-setting quarters from Apple. However, at the same time by moving to a larger display size there was a fairly sizeable a...
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thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-17
Jon revisits the iPhone SE and talks about who the device is for and why someone would buy it over the iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus.Read more about the iPhone SE: iPhone SE Review: iPhone SE: tech goodness: Our video gear: Deals: us! Twitter: Facebook: Ins...
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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2016-05-16
DISCLAIMER: This article is not a review per se, so don't expect to see any extensive spec sheets or benchmarks. The Reincarnation Known As SE In March, Apple introduced the iPhone SE without much aplomb. Leaks were aplenty, and everyone agreed that the...
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hardwarezone.com.ph
Reviewed on 2016-05-11
Note: This review was first published on 28th April 2016.When Apple announced the 4-inch iPhone SE , our Singapore's team initial reaction was, "who's going to buy a 4-inch phone in 2016?" But, you know what, since then, we've started keeping track of the...
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