A new render shows an iPhone 12 with a 5.4-inch OLED display
Apple may release up to 4 variants of its 2020 iPhone. Based on the latest leaks surrounding these devices, one of them is thought to have a trend-bucking 5.4-inch display. Now, LetsGoDigital has generated a new set of renders that illustrate this idea.
This "iPhone 12" does indeed give the impression of having a smaller footprint than usual. The sub-6 inch screen that gives it this form is said to be OLED, of an uncertain resolution. The same panel has the almost-obligatory notch, which may be more noticeable with its smaller dimensions.
As for any additional specs, it may be tempting to imagine this model would be as a 'Lite' variant to this series. However, it is expected to get the same A14 Bionic chipset set to debut in other, possibly higher-end models such as the 12 Pro. In addition, LetsGoDigital has given it a range of colors, which include (possibly gratifyingly to the Apple fan) matte black.
This base-model iPhone may have 4GB of RAM; however, it is now rumored to start at US$649, which pretty much pushes it out of SE territory. However, for this price, the user may not get a 120 hertz (Hz) display: this spec may be reserved for the Pro version only.