Category: Apple|May 11, 2020 | Author: Admin

iPhone 12 Pro gets 120Hz display like iPad Pro

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And so is the camera system.

Apple expert Max Weinbach reveals that the iPhone 12 Pro (up to 6.7 ″) range is equipped with a 120Hz max.

And so is the camera system.

Apple expert Max Weinbach reveals that the iPhone 12 Pro (up to 6.7 ″) range is equipped with a 120Hz max.

Automatic switching between 60 and 120Hz
Maximum because, unlike the OnePlus 8 and Galaxy S20, the mobile will automatically switch between 60 and 120Hz without the user noticing, just like the iPad Pro - this to save battery life.

We have long expected to see the iPad Pro Pro Motion system in an iPhone, and this is probably the year it happens.

Around 500 mAh larger battery in the Max model and improved FaceID on all models
By the way, when we talk about the battery, the Pro Max gets a battery of at least 4400 mAh (up from the 11 Pro Max's 3969 mAh).

Also FaceID is upgraded this year with a sensor that can see the user's face from multiple angles, in addition to shrinking the sensor area and the mobiles are likely to recall the iPad Pro flat panel design and a design that will resemble the iPhone 5.

The camera enhancements revealed
The camera has been upgraded with faster autofocus, perhaps with LiDAR (which might also improve the accuracy of using portrait photo mode - do you hear, Samsung?), As well as image stabilization being further enhanced and Smart HDR upgraded to reduce noise in images when is dark.

Zoom has been the big thing on Android mobiles for a while, and now Apple is going to increase from 2x to 3x without digital zoom. No, they are unlikely to compete against the S20 Ultra, but they run the typical evolutionary tactics.

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