iPhone 12 pro max, Is there an iPhone 12 Pro Max?

iPhone 12 pro max

 Apple is expected to release four new iPhones under the iPhone 12 series which will include two premium variants. AnTuTu is a widely used benchmarking software for comparing mobile phones and other devices.

According to AnTuTu, 128GB might be the top choice for the iPhone 12 Pro Max compared to 64GB for its predecessor. Initially, this will be the first iPhone with 6GB of RAM, as the previous model only had 4GB of RAM, reports GizmoChina.

The iPhone 12 Pro is expected to be available in 6.7 inches and has a ProMotion display with a high refresh rate of 120 Hz, as seen on the iPad Pro.

The device’s rear camera module contains four sensors with the LiDAR scanner introduced in the recently released Apple iPad Pro. All four iPhone models are expected to have OLED displays and 5G support, as well-known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims.


iPhone 12 pro max Performance

We tested the iPhone 12 pro max in less than a week and had a very positive experience. Like the iPhone 12 Pro max, the iPhone 12 Pro max feels incredibly fast and fast. We had absolutely no delay browsing the various menus on Android, and the 6GB RAM allows a large number of apps to continue running in the background, making it easy to switch.

The 120Hz screen makes menu scrolling feel smooth, and some games like Rayman Adventures can really take advantage of this by running them at a full 120Hz refresh rate. This phone isn’t the easiest to use with one hand, but it’s just a matter of getting used to the size.

We also love how fast facial recognition and appearance are. The selfie camera module checks you in fast and only requires a standard front camera. The low hum of the engine can be heard each time it is pulled out and pulled back, but it’s completely unobtrusive. Like before, the fingerprint sensor is also very fast. All you have to do is tap the screen quickly to unlock the phone.


iPhone 12 pro max Battery

The iPhone 12 pro max battery capacity has increased slightly from the 4000 mAh of its predecessor to 4100 mAh. Our battery cycle test lasted 15 hours and 12 minutes, with screen resolution set to “Auto Toggle” and refresh rate at 60 Hz. If you set the refresh rate to 120 Hz by default, you will get a lower operating time of 11 hours 19 minutes. This is slightly smaller than the numbers on the iPhone 12 pro max, but on an older firmware based on the expert compilation of Android 9 Pie. With the upcoming version of OxygenOS, things can improve once Android 10 matures.

Battery usage is actually much better. With all-day intensive use at a 120Hz refresh rate, which includes camera testing, streaming music via Bluetooth, and doing some benchmarks, we still had about 20% battery at night. Being a little more frugal, we had more than a full day of battery life, but not enough to last the whole second day. It’s more than satisfying, especially since the phone charges really fast.

The Warp Charge 30T charger manages 59 percent of the charge in half an hour and 96 percent of the charge in one hour. It will take about five to six minutes for the phone to fully charge. This is a really good load speed and comes in handy when you’re in a rush.

iPhone 12 pro max Cameras

The iPhone12 Pro max has the same camera setup as the iPhone 12  Pro max. These include the main 13 megapixel Sony IMX586 sensor with OIS and f / 1.6 aperture; 8-megapixel telephoto camera with OIS and f / 2.4 aperture; and a 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera with an f / 2.2 aperture. Upfront, we have a 16-mp camera with a fixed focus for selfies.

However, the camera app gets lots of new features like super macro mode and the ability to use Nightscape with a wide-angle camera. You still can’t adjust the background blur in portrait orientation, but now you can use the telephoto or main camera to take portraits.

The iPhone 12  Pro max captures great detail and color during the day. HDR works well, the exposure is balanced and has an adequate dynamic range even with the subject being lit. The viewfinder overlay button lets you quickly switch between different camera sensors.

The wide-angle camera allows you to take more pictures in each image. The details are a little worse than photos taken with the main sensor, but this is only visible when you zoom in on the image. The camera is useful for getting closer to the subject. The details are good and there is optical stabilization, but the focus is a little slower.

The selfie camera takes decent pictures in a good light. HDR works great and gives us well-exposed selfies even when shooting in bright light. The skin tone is a little reddish which we didn’t like, but the details are tolerable. Video is recorded with the front camera at 1080p and there is also electronic stabilization.

Portrait mode works well for taking pictures of people and objects. Camera apps now let you use a telephoto lens (for extreme close-ups like headshots) or a prime lens (if you want more than just an in-frame background) which comes in handy. You still can’t adjust the blurring before or after shooting, but luckily the effects looked good for most of our experience.

iPhone 12 pro max Design

As we already know, the smartphone is always offered as a minor update in terms of hardware specifications or design, or sometimes both. While the company changed the design and specifications of the non-professional version of the iPhone 12 Pro max, iPhone 12 pro max decided to keep the design in the case of the iPhone 12 Pro max. It has the same display design that curves around the edges and is still frameless thanks to the tiny 12-megapixel  selfie camera.

The resemblance continues on the back and sides. From the vertically arranged camera module to the button positions and connections on the phone, it’s the same. As a reminder: on the left is the power switch and alert set. The volume button is on the right side of the phone. The charging port, speaker grille, SIM card tray, and microphone are located on the bottom of the phone. The screen also contains an optical fingerprint scanner. The camera module on the top left also supports the face unlock feature.

However, the design has its drawbacks as it is a bit heavy and if you don’t hold the phone, the phone may fall from your hand. Another thing is a slippery back. Considering the size of the phone, the back is slippery enough to make the phone slip accidentally. Lastly, the camera bump from the back which makes the phone shake on a flat surface is a bit annoying.

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