iPhone 12 series prices leaked; to start at $649 for 5.4-inch OLED 5G model

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Apple’s forthcoming iPhone 12 series prices have been leaked. The flagships, which are expected to come with impressive upgrades such as 120Hz display and 5G connectivity (to name a few), could be priced competitively by the Cupertino-based company.

The entry-level phone in the lineup could be priced from $649 (~Rs 49,500), while the ultra-premium iPhone 12 Pro Max could cost around $1,099 (~Rs 83,200), as per tipster Jon Prosser. Notably, Prosser has a pretty accurate track record with the leaks.

His recent iPhone SE, iPad Pro, and MacBook Air leaks were bang on the money. Thereby, we can somewhat rely on this iPhone 12 series price leak as well.

iPhone 12 price, specifications

Starting with the vanilla iPhone 12 (codenamed as D52G), the handset with a 5.4-inch OLED screen, dual rear cameras, and 5G support will reportedly be priced at $649 (~ Rs 49,500).

The 6.1-inch iPhone 12 with D53G model number could be priced at $749 (~ Rs 56,230). The handset is also tipped to sport OLED panel, dual rear cameras, and 5G connectivity.

iPhone 12 price

The successor to iPhone 11 Pro is said to feature a slightly bigger 6.1-inch OLED display instead of 5.8-inch, triple rear cameras with LiDAR support, and 5G.

As for the price, the iPhone 12 Pro with D53P model number may cost $999 (~Rs 74,999), while the top-end 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max would retail at $1,099 (Rs 83,200).

Additionally, all the handsets are expected to be powered by Apple’s upcoming A14 Bionic chipset and run iOS 14 out of the box. The series is rumoured to feature notch-toting display and Face ID tech for security. Notably, the prices mentioned above are for the US. The India prices are going to be different – a bit to the north considering the dollar-rupee rate, new GST, and other factors. 

Apple is expected to launch the lineup later this year; however, there are reports that it might be delayed due to delay in mass production caused by the pandemic.

Key Specs

  • Processor – Apple A13 Bionic | 6 GB
  • Display – 5.42 inches
  • Rear camera – 12 MP + 12 MP + 12 MP
  • Selfie camera – 12 MP
  • Battery – 3210 mAh

Price & Launch Date

Expected Price:Rs. 74,900
Release Date:29-May-2020 (Expected)
Variant:6 GB RAM / 64 GB internal storage
Phone Status:Rumoured


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