As a "gateway drug" to the iOS ecosystem, the iPhone SE 2020 is surprisingly effective, with 26 per cent of buyers former Android users, according to Counterpoint North America research director Jeff Fieldhack.
I suspect this is limited to North America, not seen any SE's here in Europe and the Android devices for that price are generally stunning. While Apple and others went bigger and more expensive, Xiaomi and others crammed ever more tech into cheaper models. Apple does have some advantage in both network and Hotel Cupertino effect, which suck family members in and then they find it difficult to leave. But for everyone else, it's increasingly difficult to tell Android and IOS devices apart.
There will also, no doubt, be a pool of users who held off switching phones because they didn't want or need anything bigger.