iPhone 13 Pro Gets New Concept Without Port and With 120 Hz Screen (7 Colors)

Another week, another iPhone 13 Pro concept appears, this time from designer 4RMD. The source was keen on details and offering us a full specs list for the device. It also adopts the latest rumors about the device, including the controversial lack of bottom port.

We also have a trailer of the device below. The iPhone 13 Pro adopts the Apple A15 Bionic CPU, which probably sticks to a 5 nm tech, not moving to 3 nm just yet. We also have a rather small screen by today’s standards, a 6.1 inch Super Retina XDR panel with 120 Hz refresh rate and ProMotion tech. There’s also an Always On Display, smaller notch and Face ID. A Touch ID sensor has been integrated in the screen, which makes me ask myself why the Face ID and notch weren’t killed alltogether.

Anyway, the device now gets a sapphire glass camera lens, 8K video capture and Portrait mode Video recording, which was very requested by fans. The device is port-less, relying solely on wireless connections and wireless charging. This also means we’re about to finally get the AirPower charger. The iPhone 13 Pro rendered here packs up to 1 TB of storage, 8 GB of RAM and appears in no less than 7 colors. I feel that this concept makes the square camera module a bit more discrete and smaller compared to the iPhone 12 generation.

The metal frame remains flat, channeling the iPhone 4 again. More details can be found in the video below.

via 4RMD

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