Presently the iPhone 12 series is considered to have four variants in total. A recent series of 3D images reveal what it will look like with a 5.4-inch screen. It has past renders’ iPad Pro-esque form factor, as well as regular Apple notch. It’s believed to have the same new SoC as the other versions.
Apple will release up to 4 versions of the iPhone in 2020. One of them is supposed to have a trend-bucking 5.4-inch display based on the latest rumors around specific units. It will also obviously bring in 5G access, as will the rest of the iPhone 12 series, taking Apple’s mobile domination to the emerging market and offering higher speeds to iOS customers for the first time. Indeed iPhone 12 creates the feeling that it has a smaller footprint than usual. It is said that the sub-6 inch screen, which provides it this form, seems to be OLED of uncertain resolution. The very same panel has the relatively close-obligatory notch, with its small sizes that may be more evident.
As for some extra features, thinking that this iteration would be a ‘lite’ version of this series could be enticing. Even so, the same A14 Bionic chipset will be set for debut in other, potentially higher-end versions like the 12 Pro. This base-model iPhone will have 4GB of RAM, but now it’s rumored to launch at US$649, which puts it out of SE territory pretty much.
The leaked render also reveals the existence of dual cameras positioned at the back of the square camera module and a thick frame. What may be lacking in this year’s iPad Pro is the 120Hz refresh rate enabled in the Pro models and the new camera sensor and LiDAR system enabled.