The iPhone 11 series from Apple has launched only a while ago. However, Apple begetting the user base it does, iPhone 12 specifications and concepts have begun to pop up from all around, some sensible while most, simply put, fanatical. We put together the iPhone 12 leaks, theories, and rumors most plausibly true in all respect. iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max are the expected name. This article discusses the iPhone 12 camera, ProMotion Display, In-Display Touch ID and Notch-less iPhone Design.
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iPhone 2020 / iPhone 12 Series
Let’s have a look at all the aspects of the iPhone 2020.
Yes, you heard it right. Apple had introduced the “Notch” in iPhone X and then almost all smartphone brands had started implementing various types of notches on their smartphones. Now, most Andoird flagship smartphones got rid of the notch but the latest iPhones still have a very big notch on the front. But some early leaks and renders suggest that iPhone 2020 or iPhone 12 will finally get rid of it and we will get a notch-less iPhone next year.
Ben Geskin has shared a prototype of iPhone 2020 which houses the Face ID and TrueDepth camera system in the top bezels. The notch-less iPhone looks amazing. The display size is 6.7 inches. Now, it is not confirmed that all iPhone models of 2020 will feature this type of notch-less design or not. They might launch the Pro model with a notch-less design and the rest will have a smaller notch on top.
Analyst Ming Chi-Kuo says that iPhone 2020 will be getting a design overhaul. He compared it with the iPhone 4. The front and back will be still made up of glass but the metal frame will be changed and it will look somewhat like the iPhone 4.
120Hz ProMotion Display In 3 Sizes
Most probably there will be a total of 3 iPhone models in the year 2020. It includes 5.4 inches (iPhone 12 Pro), 6.1 inches (iPhone 12) and 6.7 inches (iPhone 12 Pro Max). The 6.1″ iPhone 2020 will be the successor of the iPhone 11 while the other two are the Pro models. 5.4 inches iPhone will be even smaller than the current iPhone 11 due to the Notch-less design while the 6.7″ model will be even bigger than the iPhone 11 Pro Max. That’s it for the display sizes, let’s now look at the other display parameters.
It looks like 2019 is the last year for the LCD display on an iPhone. From 2020, Apple will use OLED display on all these models. It means the iPhone 11 successor will also ship with an OLED display and it sounds interesting.
There are some leaks that suggest that Apple will use ProMotion Display on the iPhone 2020. Basically, Apple uses these 120Hz high refresh rate displays on their iPads and they call it a ProMotion Display. Starting with the OnePlus 7 Pro and then the ROG Phone 2 and now the Pixel 4 has high refresh rate displays while the iPhone 11 series comes with regular 60Hz displays. Apple will join this high refresh rate group with the iPhone 2020. Not just a 90Hz but the refresh rate will be 120Hz, similar to the ROG Phone 2. So, it will be very interesting to experience a ProMotion Display on an iPhone.
A14 Bionic: 5nm Chipset
Apple always offers the best and the same chipset in all models. iPhone 2020 or let’s say iPhone 12 series will be powered by the A14 Bionic chipset. Reportedly this chipset will be made on a 5nm process. It will be battery efficient and faster compared to current-gen A13 Bionic. Also, it will come with better thermal management.
5G: mmWave and sub-6GHz
There are two types of 5G: mmWave and sub-6GHz. Almost all current 5G networks are mmWave side of the spectrum. This type of 5G has extremely low latency connectivity with gigabytes of speeds, but at the same time, it is very sensitive to physical obstructions. On the other hand, Sub-6-GHz 5G is very similar to the LTE networks and slower but as it can penetrate buildings and walls. Qualcomm’s X50 5G modem supports mmWave while Qualcomm’s next 5G modem X55 supports sub-6GHz spectrum. Reportedly, Apple will work with Samsung and Qualcomm to provide both these 5G types in the iPhone 2020. They might use a particular type based on the 5G connectivity available in a different region.
Earlier leaks were suggesting that only the Pro variant will have the 5G connectivity but by September 2020, much cheaper Android smartphone will come with 5G so we might see the “Not Pro” iPhone 2020 with 5G connectivity.
iPhone 12 Camera: Addition Of ToF Sensor
iPhone 11 Pro/Max has one of the best camera setups which includes a 12MP primary lens along with an Ultrawide angle and telephoto lens. Now, it seems like Apple will implement a new ToF (Time of Flight) sensor on the iPhone 2020. At least we can expect this fourth sensor on the Pro models. A ToF sensor helps to create an accurate 3D image of the surrounding area. It can be also useful for portrait mode shots because better able to capture depth. Apple is focusing on the Augment Reality and this ToF sensor will help further.
In-Display Touch ID
According to some leaks, Apple could bring back everyone’s favorite Touch ID in iPhone 2020 in the form of an under-display scanner. Apple will reportedly use full-screen acoustic fingerprint authentication that will work on the entire display. There is no much information available for the same.
iPhone SE 2
Besides these three top of the line iPhones, a fourth iPhone SE 2 is also going to launch in March 2020.
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iPhone 12 Launch Date
Apple is expected to release the 2020 iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and 12 Pro Max (expected name) in September of 2020.
That’s pretty much it in this article on iPhone 2020. What do you guys think about the iPhone 12 Camera implementation, ProMotion Display, and the Notch-less iPhone design? Let us know in the comment section below.
Renders Credit – @BenGeskin
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