An overview on the camera and display of the latest iPhone

An overview on the camera and display of the latest iPhone

Apple finally unveiled the latest iPhone 12 series amidst its famous pomp and celebration. The latest iPhone 12 5G promises to deliver on every aspect ranging from display to camera. Moreover, the iPhone 12 5G, latest, will be available for pre-order later this week, and the handsets will be made available starting October 23rd. Furthermore, the iPhone 12 5G is priced at $899 and above depending on the variant you choose. Read on to know about the display and camera features of the latest iPhone 12 5G.

  • Display

The new iPhone 12 was released a few hours ago, and the primary device of the brand new series sports the same 6.1-inch screen as iPhone 11 and XR, which is the only similarity between its old and latest phones. The latest iPhone 12 5G comes with an OLED display and edge-to-edge Super Retina XDR, offering a better, brighter, and immersive viewing experience. The front of the latest iPhone 12 5G has a ceramic shield front cover, providing added protection and improving drop performance by 4x^2. Furthermore, it has 1200-nits peak brightness and has double the pixel count than the iPhone 11.

  • Camera

Consider the tech and media-savvy life, the camera setup is one of the most important features in a phone, and Apple, with its latest iPhone 12 5G, does not disappoint. The latest iPhone 12 5G has a dual-camera setup, consisting of a 12 MP wide camera with f/1.6 aperture, the fastest aperture on any smartphone, and a 12MP ultra-wide shooter that has an aperture of f/2.4 and a 120-degree view.

The Smart HDR system in the latest iPhone 12 5G provides a high definition and refines capturing and viewing experience. The new camera captures better pictures and videos even in night mode with sharper contrast and improved colors. The company claims that the latest iPhone 12 5G has improved low-light performance. This, considering the already stellar low-light performance delivered by iPhone 11, is definitely worth noting. The front of the phone sports a 12MP camera with an aperture of f/2.2.

iPhone 12 5G continues to have Face ID technology similar to its older phones.

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