iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max Likely To Offer 6GB RAM With Native 5G Support


Though we are still at least ten months away from the next-generation iPhones, leaks and speculations about the upcoming smartphones are already doing rounds. The current lineup of iPhones offers 4GB RAM and this might change with the iPhone 12 series.

iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max Likely To Offer 6GB RAM


According to the report from Nikkei Asian Review, the iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max are expected to offer 6GB RAM, whereas the iPhone 12 will offer just 4GB RAM similar to the iPhone 11.

In addition, the iPhone 12 series is also expected to be powered by the A14 Bionic chipset with a dedicated 5G modem that supports mmWave and sub-6GHz spectrum. These phones are expected to use a 5G modem designed by Qualcomm (probably the Snapdragon X55) and the whole solution will be manufactured by TSMC's 5nm.

A chipset based on 5nm fabrication can pack-in more number of transistors per mm compared to 7nm fabrication. Plus, it will also be more efficient, probably offering a better battery life.

The upcoming iPhone Pro models are also expected to offer a quad-camera setup compared to the triple camera setup on the current Pro models. In addition to the telephoto, wide-angle, and an ultra-wide angle lens, the future iPhones are likely to include a 3D ToF sensor similar to the Galaxy Note 10+.

iPhone SE 2 Also On Cards

Before the launch of the mainstream iPhones, the brand might also launch the successor to the iPhone SE, which will be more affordable and is likely to carry a price tag of around $500.

The iPhone SE 2 is likely to mimic the iPhone 11 in terms of hardware specifications with the iPhone 8 like form-factor. This is also expected to be the most affordable iPhone (with respect to launch price) with Face ID.


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