It is nearly impossible to keep new smartphone designs quiet these days. New iPhone 12 leaks have given us almost all the details of the upcoming Apple flagships, even though they are still months away from launch. This slew of iPhone 12 leaks from Display Supply Chain have revealed key details of what we can expect from the display, as well as other internal hardware specs.
There are leaks of all four variants expected to be launched this year.
First of all, the regular iPhone 12 will have a 5.4-inch flexible OLED screen that will be supplied by Samsung Display. It will be an HD panel, coming in at a 2,340 x 1,080 resolution. It will also include the A14 Bionic chip, as all of the 2020 devices will. It will be available with 128GB or 256GB of storage, have 4GB of RAM and will be starting at $649. Furthermore, it will have dual rear cameras – the details of which are still sketchy – thought to be headlined by a 64MP main sensor.
There will then be an iPhone 12 Max, becoming the new addition in the flagship family. It will have a 6.1-inch OLED screen, most likely made by LG Display. Its will have a resolution of 2,532 x 1,170, slightly higher than its smaller brother. This is of course needed with a larger display, with the pixel density still slightly lower than the regular iPhone 12. It will be sold from $749 and will have the same spec options as the previous variant.
Both of the iPhone 12 variants will have displays with 60Hz refresh rates. The new high-frequency refresh rate displays adds significant cost to devices, so Apple decided to make it a Pro feature only.
Speaking of, the iPhone 12 Pro will have a very similar, if not the same screen as the iPhone 12 Max. It has the same size and resolution, but this one is rumoured to be built by Samsung rather than LG. It will have three cameras on the back, a similar distinction from the iPhone 12 as we saw between the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. It will cost from a base price of $999.
Finally there is the iPhone 12 Pro Max. The biggest iPhone will come with a 6.7-inch OLED screen also made by Samsung Display. Once again, the resolution is slightly bumped to accommodate the bigger side at a similar pixel density, coming in at 2,778 x 1,284. You’ll be able to buy this device from a starting price of $1,099.
Both of the iPhone 12 Pro variants will feature that slicker, faster 120Hz refresh rates most 2020 flagships will include.
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