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New iPhone 12 renders suggest a device with a notchless display

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iPhone 12 render showing the sensors in the top bezel

Apple will launch the iPhone 12 series in about six months. However, over the past few weeks, there have been a lot of rumors about the upcoming flagships.

We have now seen new renders of the alleged iPhone 12 Pro, thanks to the folks at Svetapple. One of the main highlights of the renders is the absence of a notch. The notch made its debut with the iPhone X in 2017 and has been a kind of signature. It is apparently about to leave the scene on the iPhone 12 Pro.

The components that sit in the notch in the current iPhones will now sit in the top bezel. From the image, we see the phone’s 12MP selfie camera in the top bezel. Along with it are an Infrared Camera, a Flood Illuminator, a Proximity Sensor, an Ambient Light Sensor, a Speaker, a Microphone, and a Dot Projector.

It is also of note that the bottom and side bezels are relatively bigger than what we see on current iPhones. However, since this is still an early render, we cannot draw conclusions just yet.

In a separate image, we see that the device’s SIM slot is still on the right-hand side. Also, confirming previous rumors, the device is said to come with flat sides. Rumors have it that the iPhone 12 Pro will sport a 6.7-inch display and a new sensor-shifting camera stabilization. Other rumored features include 120Hz ProMotion display, 3D ToF sensors, mmWave 5G connectivity, and up to 6GB RAM.

It is still too early to take all rumors in with anything more than a pinch of salt. However, it is only a matter of time before the rumors are verified and Apple eventually launches the phones.

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Author: Vincent Abolarin

Vincent is an Electrical Engineer and smartphone enthusiast. Anything about smartphones, count him in!

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