Apple iPhone 12 – RAM Details of the Various Models Leaked

Apple iPhone 12 – RAM Details of the Various Models Leaked

Fresh rumors have been published online about the iPhone 12 series smartphones to be released by Apple in September this year. These details relate to the RAM levels in each of the models and have been put out by a couple of analysts from UBS, Timothy Arcuri, and Munjal Shah. Besides the RAM, there is other information as well.

Report by the Analysts

The UBS analysts have more or less confirmed the rumors circulated earlier on the 2020 edition iPhones. Many of the details now reported by these analysts also match with what Ming-Chi Kuo has been predicting through his posts in Apple Insider.

At the base level, it is being reiterated that there will be four iPhone models in all, one with a 5.4-inch display, 2 x 6.1-inch display, and one 6.7-inch display. It is expected that all four of them will sport OLED displays. As far as the RAM is concerned, it will be 4GB for the first two namely the 5.4-inch and one 6.1-inch displays and the other two, with 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch will have 6GB RAM to support the processor.

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The camera section too will see the first two having dual-camera setups while the top two will come with triple sensor arrangements. The third camera could be the 3D sensor. At least three of the models will be 5G enabled, the first 5G iPhones from the Apple stable.

Apple Hoping the 5G Smartphones will Perk Up Sales

It has been consistently reported over the past few months that the year 2020 will see the growth of 5G service across the world and the smartphones with 5G capability will be in great demand. Apple is hoping to take full advantage of this development. Its models to be launched this fall will all be 5G enabled phones. For markets where 5G is still to take off, Apple may stick with the 4G versions. Many markets, like the US, where Apple usually sells its iPhones in large quantities, 5G will be the happening factor as far as the creation of the infrastructure is concerned. Carriers like Verizon and T-Mobile have already moved forward in this direction.



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