Entire iPhone 12 Lineup to Feature OLED Screens, up to 10-Bit Color Support; Resolution Details & More Included
Apple’s upcoming iPhone 12 lineup will include an all-OLED family, but the new leak talks about a 10-bit color support, resolution details and more
While All iPhone 12 Models Will Get OLED Treatment, Only the Two Premium Ones Will Feature 120Hz Displays
Starting with the cheapest iPhone 12, which is expected to sport a 5.4-inch screen and a $649 starting price, it will sport a flexible OLED screen from Samsung with Y-OCTA technology. As for other details, this iPhone 12 version will reportedly have a 2340 x 1080 resolution.
The more premium 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro is rumored to be one of the first phones to provide support for 10-bit color, delivering a more ‘true to life’ experience. The iPhone 12 Pro might not have Y-OCTA technology but it should have the same 2532 x 1170 resolution as the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Max.
Apple might bring extreme dynamic range (XDR) to its iPhone lineup, which is specified as 1,000 nits of full-screen brightness and 1,600 nits of peak brightness. Coming to the iPhone 12 Pro Max, Young believes it will sport a 6.68-inch display, along with a resolution of 2778 x 1284, 10-bit color support, 120Hz refresh rate, and is expected to be XDR capable.