We’ve all heard the story that iPhone IQ (or iPhone 12 IQ Max) will be the company’s first smartphone which will get sensors and the front camera placed under the display. This smartphone is said to be released by the company in 2019. There are plenty of rumors online, and they all talk about the key specifications and the features of the brand new smartphone. We already know that the device will have one prof camera, and the display and the body will be fully metallic. The display will also be bezel-less, and we think that the design is great. However, we don’t really know the size of the display just yet, but rumor has it that it will be bigger than iPhone X’s display, which was – let us remind you – of about 6.4 inches.
The display is supposed to be bigger than 6.4 inches – as said earlier – full HD, with 1242×2688 pixels. It’s supposed to be Super AMOLED, with a screen-to-body ratio worth of ~90.4%. The handset will probably be powered by Apple A12 Bionic SoC and will have 4GB worth of RAM and 64/256/512 worth of internal storage. However, the thing is that you won’t be able to get even more memory, since there will be no slot for a particular microSD card.
When it comes to talking the most amazing thing about this device, we should probably mention the screen rear camera setup – which, let us remind you, was never given by the Apple company. The front camera will have, as rumors say, a 21-megapixel sensor with f/1.7 aperture and OIS. The secondary camera will be of 12.0 MP.
Here we’re going to mention a rear-placed fingerprint sensor and face and eye recognition. Hotspot, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, Wi-Fi 802.11 and NFC.
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