iPhone 12 Pro - 4K at 240fps Super Slow Motion! Is A14 Bionic That POWERFUL?

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For comparison with the current crop of iPhones, the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max all use 4GB, while the budget iPhone SE (2020) uses 3GB. So while the standard iPhone 12 isn't getting any more memory, the two iPhone 12 Pro models are receiving a 50% increase - which will prove to be useful when running multiple, performance-intensive apps.

It's possible you're confused about why these numbers are so small. iPhones don't sell themselves on the quantity of RAM they contain. In fact, Apple never releases official figures for how much RAM is in each iPhone model, leaving it to unofficial teardowns to crack open the phone and see what size RAM chips they contain.

While 6GB RAM is a lot less than the 12GB you see in many flagship Android phones like the Samsung Galaxy S20 series or the OnePlus 8 Pro, this likely won't hurt the iPhone 12's performance too much. Apple instead puts a lot more focus on making its chipsets hugely more powerful than the equivalent Snapdragon 8-series chips that OnePlus, Samsung and others use. With the iPhone 12 series expected to use the latest Apple-designed chip, thought to be named A14 Bionic, we expect this trend to continue.

Better performance on the latest iteration of a smartphone is always good. But there are some other reasons why you should be paying attention to the iPhone 12 launch, which will likely happen this year in September or October. There will be four versions to choose from, ranging in size from 5.4 inches to 6.7 inches, and all with OLED displays and the option for 5G connectivity.

The iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max are particularly interesting, as they may also feature the first 120Hz displays fitted to an iPhone. They are also set to build on the awesome triple camera of the iPhone 11 Pro by adding a LiDAR depth sensor for even better photography effects and to help make AR applications work more accurately.

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