iPhone 12’s OLED Display Will Be Powered By Samsung: Stunning Details Emerge From iPhone 12 Leaks

iPhone Specs Revealed Ahead Of Its Launch
iPhone Specs Revealed Ahead Of Its Launch

After the huge success of the iPhone 11, Apple hasn’t wasted any time to start developing the next one in line – the iPhone 12. 

What’s even more exciting is that a lot of details about the upcoming phone have been revealed to us through a leak. 

Find out where the leak came from and what it reveals about the newest iPhone right here!


iPhone 12 Details Revealed Ahead Of Its Launch Through Leaks

This leak has been credited to Ross Young, the founder, and CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants. It includes some very interesting specifications and features about the upcoming iPhone 12 series, including the display resolutions and other screen details

iPhone 12 

The leak reveals that the iPhone 12 will come with a display of 5.4 inches. It will have an OLED screen from Samsung. Additionally, the phone will have a panel that supports Y-OCTA technology that will enable the touch sensor to be integrated directly into the display. The resolution of the display would be 2340 x 1080 and a pixel density of 475ppi.

iPhone 12 Max

This phone would be considerably bigger, with a 6.1-inch panel. Unlike the iPhone 12, this phone won’t have its screen from Samsung but will be using BOE or LG Display instead. The display will also be OLED in technology and will also sport an add on touch sensor and a resolution of 2532 x 1170 pixels.

iPhone 12 Pro

Another iPhone in the iPhone 12 series, the iPhone 12 Pro will come with a flexible OLED from Samsung with 10-bit color support and Y-OCTA integrated touch both. As per the leak, this display could be the world’s first one with a 10 bit on a phone. The display will also support a high resolution of 2532 x 1170 with a possible fast refresh rate of 120 Hz.

iPhone 12 Pro Max

As per the leaks, the iPhone 12 Pro Max will come with a 6.7-inch flexible OLED display, also from Samsung. The display will also have a 10-bit color support, Y-OCTA, and XDR and a resolution of 2778 x 1824 pixels.

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