The launch of Apple’s next flagship smartphone is six months away and its rumours have already started to surface on the web. The recent rendered images by Svetapple reveals a glimpse of the possible design of the much-hyped Apple iPhone 12. As per the renders, the smartphone will feature a notch-less design and won’t be featuring the big notch which marked its debut in the iPhone X back in 2017.
The components that are displayed in the rendered images are housed in the slim bezel on the top of the smartphone. The rendered image of the Apple iPhone 12 shows the Infrared (IR) camera and sensors like ambient light sensor, proximity sensor, and flood illuminator. In addition to these sensors, the top bezel also houses a 12MP front-facing camera, a speaker, a microphone and a dot projector.
In terms of the design, the side and bottom bezels of the smartphone are larger when compared to the current-gen iPhone models. The iPhone 12 is expected to get flat sides which were confirmed according to earlier rumours.
The second rendered image shows that the SIM slot will be present on the right side of the smartphone. As per the latest details available, the iPhone 12 is expected to feature a 6.7-inch display that will have a new sensor-shifting camera stabilization. The 3D ToF sensors will be part of both the variants of the iPhone 12.
It is also being speculated that the smartphone may also get a 120Hz ProMotion refresh rate technology, 6GB of RAM along with the support for mmWave 5G connectivity. Though it is too early to reach any conclusion regarding the smartphone, these renders surely provide us with a glimpse of what can be a part of the next flagship by Apple.