iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max To Sport 10bit Super Retina XDR Screen


iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max

Recently, there have been rumors about the iPhone 12. This time, the rumors refer to the 4400mAh battery, 120Hz refresh rate, and other aspects. According to the latest report from PhoneArena, the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max support 10bit Super Retina XDR screen. Plus, the starting storage combination is 6 + 128GB.

It is reported that the biggest upgrade of the screen is to support 10bit color depth. This actually means that the iPhone 12 Pro screen will be able to display more than 1 billion colors, far exceeding the 16.7 million colors supported by the 8bit panel on the iPhone 11 Pro.

iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max

In terms of core specifications, the iPhone 12 comes standard with the A14 Bionic processor (the first TSMC 5nm). This SoC has 15 billion transistors (A13 has 8.5 billion transistors), and the standard configuration supports 5GSub-6GHz and high-frequency millimeter wave (mmWave). Among them, the Pro version has a built-in 6GB RAM, while the standard version has 4GB of memory.

Apart from the A14 Bionic processor and 5G network support, the starting versions of the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max have been upgraded to 6GB + 128GB. This is more friendly than the 4GB + 64GB of the iPhone 11 Pro. Of course, if you are not satisfied, there are 256GB and 512GB versions available.

It is expected to provide four colors: space gray, silver, gold, and the new ‘Navy Blue’.

Price

The retail price of the iPhone 12 Pro in the United States should be $999 (128GB), $1099 (256GB), and $1299 (512GB).

The iPhone 12 Pro Max is priced at $1,099 (128GB), $1199 (256GB), and $1399 (512GB).

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