iPhone 12 5.4-inch display panel, A14 RAM chip pose for cameras

In the past few weeks, no less than three Android smartphones have been introduced to the world and the next few weeks are likely to revolve around the Google mobile platform, again courtesy of Samsung and possibly Microsoft and Google itself. This does not mean that there will be a shortage of news on the iPhone, of course, even if there are few options at this time. However, it’s still an interesting leak drop, especially considering the curiosity of the 5.4-inch iPhone’s screen.

A post on Weibo claims to have dibs on that panel while it is probably still on the factory assembly line. Phones with wide notches, although now rarer, are not heard, so it is not so easy to guarantee that this is the 5.4 inch screen of the iPhone 12. But if it is, it will definitely be interesting.

Source: slashgear

First, the fact that it is very small, small enough to hold in one hand, as the post says. It has very thin frames, although they can still appear in abundance when the panel is finally seated in the frame. The notch looks smaller in comparison, but apparently it ends up consuming as much or even more space on the screen because of how significantly the screen is also smaller.

Another part of the iPhone 12 also leaked, this time on Twitter and this time a part that no user has ever seen. Mr.white showed what the RAM of the 5nm A14 chip is supposed to launch on this year’s iPhones. Unfortunately, no other details were provided, including the capacity.

The rumors put 4GB and 6GB of RAM in the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, respectively, something that is still strange to hear, given that Apple has traditionally been stingy in memory. The Apple A14 is likely to be the biggest focus when it comes to technical specifications, being one of the first 5nm processor to be placed inside a smartphone, proving once again Apple’s prowess in making its own ARM-based silicon.

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