Apple may have just picked the worst year to launch a ton of iPhone models, since 2020 will be marked by the pandemic and also by a potential recession. After the iPhone SE 2020, the Cupertino firm is said to be preparing no less than 4 iPhone 12 models. At least one of them is rendered below by Concept Creator for Letsgodigital.
We’re dealing with the entry level model, the 5.4 inch OLED iPhone 12. This is supposed to be the smallest and cheapest 5G iPhone this year. It will go against the Galaxy S20, Redmi K30 Pro 5G and Huawei P40. It seems to bring back the protruding frame of the iPhone 4 and 5 generation, plus keep the square camera of the iPhone 11. The notch doesn’t appear to have changed too much, but it it has it’s probably narrower and smaller.
Pill shaped buttons and antenna cutouts are in and the camera remains pretty beefy, with large lenses and a pretty large module at the back. This feels like an iPhone 4 with an oversized camera basically. It will be powered by the brand new Apple A14 processor, with a 5 nm tech behind it and beating all CPUs on the market. We should also get two 12 MP back cameras and probably 4 GB of RAM. The Pro versions will bring 3 cameras, plus a LiDAR sensor much like the iPad Pro 2020 one.
A single selfie 12 MP camera is integrated in the notch here. We also expect a 6.1 inch iPhone 12, plus a Pro model and a Pro Max model, with larger screens. The model we see here may end up coming in 6 colors, like white, green, black, red, yellow and blue. We also expect a Midnight Blue hue for the mainstream high end units.