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Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 (2019) Review

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The king of 2-in-1 laptops is back. Dell’s new XPS 13 2-in-1 boasts a powerful Intel 10th Gen Core i7 processor, a superbright 16:10 display and double-digit battery life, all wrapped in an ultraportable 2-in-1 design and selling for $1,597 (starting at $979). However, the laptop’s slim design comes at the cost of a shallow keyboard and scant ports. But overall, that doesn’t stop the XPS 13 2-in-1 from earning its place as one of the best laptops out there.article continued below

Price and configuration options

The XPS 13 2-in-1 that I tested costs $1,597 and is outfitted with an Intel Core i7-1065G7 processor, 16GB of RAM, a 512GB SSD, a 1920 x 1200 display and an Arctic White interior.

You can pick up the base model for $979, and it’ll come with a Core i3-1005G1 CPU, 4GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD and a Black interior.

If you want to customize this baby to the max, you’re going to get the same CPU and storage in our unit, but upgrade to 32GB of RAM and a 3840 x 2400 display.

However, if none of this is in your budget, consider taking a look at our laptop buying guide and our best laptops under $500.

Design

We’ve seen the traditional Platinum Silver design a number of times on the XPS line, and while it’s not as lovely as Rose Gold, it still looks premium on the new XPS 13 2-in-1. Unfortunately, Rose Gold isn’t actually available in the 2-in-1 (only in the standard XPS 13). The XPS 13 2-in-1 still has a glossy, silver Dell logo on its aluminum hood, but what lures me in is how the lid is just slightly slanted with the deck, moving away from the flat design on most laptops.

I got blasted with a storm of Arctic White when I opened the XPS 13. Thanks to the variable torque within the laptop’s hinge, I was able to open the machine up with just one finger, while the laptop stayed still (this made my co-worker giddy). The woven glass-fiber interior looked as slick as it did on the XPS 13, and the Platinum Silver, 360-degree hinges added a nice contrast to the blinding-white design. The bezels on the 16:10 display are pleasantly slim, and like the new standard XPS 13, the 2-in-1 sports a webcam on the top bezel. There’s also a Windows Hello-enabled fingerprint reader that doubles as the power button.

Folding this machine into tablet mode felt smooth, and thanks to the magnets that can stick the lid to the underside, the XPS 13 2-in-1 was sturdy in my hands.

Thanks to the variable torque within the laptop’s hinge, I was able to open the machine up using just one finger, while the laptop stayed still.

At 2.9 pounds and 11.7 x 8.2 x 0.3~0.5 inches, the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 is not only the slimmest 13-inch laptop among its competition, but it will also fit into any laptop bag. However, it is still around the same weight as the HP Spectre x360 (2.8 pounds, 12.2 x 8.6 x 0.6 inches), Apple MacBook Pro (3 pounds, 12 x 8.4 x 0.6 inches) and Razer Blade Stealth (2.9 pounds, 12 x 8.3 x 0.6 inches).

Ports

While the XPS 13 2-in-1 is certainly scant on ports, it still somehow manages to beat the 13-inch MacBook Pro‘s two Thunderbolt 3 ports.

On the left side, there’s one Thunderbolt 3 port and a microSD card slot, while the right side holds room for the headphone jack and another Thunderbolt 3 port. The system does come with an included USB Type-C-to-Type-A adapter.

You’re probably going to want to pick up a USB Type-C hub or a docking station to expand your ports.

Display

With a 13.4-inch screen, the XPS 13 2-in-1 boasts a 16:10-aspect-ratio, touch-screen display at 1920 x 1200. And boy, it is bright and just colorful enough to put you in a trance.

In the trailer for Zombieland: Double Tap, Woody Harrelson’s presidential Santa outfit glowed a proper crimson red that contrasted well with his fluffy, bright white beard. When fireworks popped off over a building in the dead of night, I could clearly see each and every zombie in the shot as well as the trees around them. The stitching in Harrelson’s jacket popped on the XPS 13 2-in-1’s sharp screen.

Despite what I saw during real-world testing, the XPS 13 2-in-1’s panel isn’t as colorful as I expected. According to our colorimeter, the screen covers 113% of the sRGB color gamut, which is good, but it doesn’t match up with the premium laptop average (131%). The XPS 13 can’t compete with the Spectre x360 (150%), MacBook Pro (163%) or Razer Blade Stealth (120%), either.

The XPS 13 2-in-1’s display is just colorful enough to put you in a trance.

However, what it lacks in color, the XPS 13 makes up for in screen brightness. This baby’s display averaged 516 nits of brightness, crushing the category average (348 nits) as well as the results from the Spectre x360 (287 nits), MacBook Pro (441 nits) and Razer Blade Stealth (346 nits).

Keyboard, touchpad and pen

I have a sort of love-hate relationship with the XPS 13 2-in-1’s keyboard. It’s incredibly shallow, and while it offers some click, it feels a little sticky. It is reminiscent to the MacBook Pro’s keyboard, but the typing experience is much more comfortable. If you’re a fan of the recent MacBooks, then you’ll love this keyboard. If not, your fingers face a learning curve.

I ran my fingers through the 10fastfingers.com typing test and scored 70 words per minute, matching my exact average. To make a more portable product, Dell had to sacrifice key travel, but this didn’t affect my typing much.

The XPS 2-in-1’s keyboard does have white backlighting, but it looks barely lit at maximum brightness, and the lighting doesn’t fully bold the letters.

For $99 extra, you can get the XPS 13 2-in-1 with Dell’s Premium Active Pen (PN579X), which offers 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity, a 240-Hz report rate and tilt support. This stylus features three buttons that are customizable via Windows Ink Workspace. The pen is powered by a AAAA battery. When I put the device to the test, it kept up with me as I speedily drew a wooden dock on a beach with a rickety boat next to it.

The 4.4 x 2.6-inch touchpad felt premium, like being greeted by velvety-smooth bed sheets after a long day at work. The embedded clickers were a little shallow, but I didn’t feel like I bottomed out, and Windows 10 gestures like two-finger scrolling and three-finger tabbing worked swimmingly. Still, a productivity mouse will improve your workflow over a touchpad anyday.

Audio

At maximum volume, the XPS 13 2-in-1’s bottom-firing speakers weren’t as loud as I’d like, but overall, they sounded decent. In Arctic Monkeys’ “R U Mine?” the slick guitar riffs in the intro were bright. The percussion that lands in between the riffs could’ve had a little more depth. However, the vocals were crisp and shined throughout the song.

The XPS 13 2-in-1 comes with the Waves MaxxAudio Pro audio software. Unfortunately, there aren’t any presents apart from the default one. But you can customize the sound yourself via an EQ and simpler dials for bass, details and width. As much as I tried to mess with the sound, I found that the default preset sounded the best.

Performance

Packed with an Intel Core i7-1065G7 processor and 16GB of RAM, the XPS 13 2-in-1 had no problem tearing through 40 Google Chrome tabs and five 1080p YouTube videos while I blasted Spotify in the background.

On the Geekbench 4.3 overall-performance benchmark, the XPS 13 2-in-1 nailed 19,225, dominating the premium laptop average (16,234). The Core i7-8565U CPUs in the Spectre x360 (14,935) and the Razer Blade Stealth (16,934) couldn’t get near the XPS 13, although the MacBook Pro’s Core i5 CPU (17,366) came close.

The XPS 13 2-in-1 transcoded a 4K video to 1080p in 24 minutes and 49 seconds, which is a little sluggish compared to the category average (22:05). This machine was slower than the Spectre x360 (22:30), MacBook Pro (14:42) and Razer Blade Stealth (20:34). We did notice some wonky results upon retesting, however. In the second test, that time came down to 16 minutes. When we tested the machine again, it reverted back to its original score.

Dell’s 512GB SSD copied 4.97GB of data in just 11 seconds, translating to 463 megabytes per second, which isn’t far from the category average (510 MBps). The 256GB in the Spectre x360 (391 MBps) and the Razer Blade Stealth (254 MBps) didn’t do so well, while the MacBook Pro’s 256GB SSD excelled, with a rate of 1,220 MBps.

Graphics

With an Intel Iris Plus GPU, the XPS 13 2-in-1 hit 47 frames per second on the Dirt 3 benchmark (Medium, 1080p), which is playable but below the premium laptop average (63 fps). The XPS 13 fell far behind the Razer Blade Stealth (164 fps), thanks to that machine’s Nvidia MX250 GPU, but Dell’s laptop also fell to the Spectre x360’s Intel 620 UHD GPU (56 fps). The XPS 13 2-in-1 did, however, surpass the MacBook Pro’s Intel Iris Plus 645 GPU (31 fps). At 1200p, the XPS 13 hit 45 fps.

Battery life

Even with a taller screen ratio on a higher-resolution display, the XPS 13 2-in-1’s battery life kicks butt. When continuously surfing the web over Wi-Fi at 150 nits of brightness, the XPS 13’s battery survived 10 hours and 57 minutes, flying by the average premium laptop (8:08). The XPS 13 outlasted the MacBook Pro (10:48) and the Razer Blade Stealth (8:05), but it has nothing on the Spectre x360 (12:07).

Webcam

As you might imagine, the XPS 13 2-in-1’s 720p shooter isn’t the biggest highlight, apart from its placement.

While my test shots didn’t look as blotchy as they do on most webcams, my face was rather soft, so it was difficult to suss out any detail in my beard or hair. The color on my blue-and-gray shirt actually looked decent, but the lights above my head completely blew out the ceiling, so it didn’t manage the contrast of the real scene well. As with most laptops, you should probably invest in a good external webcam and a privacy cover.

Heat

This baby is a stone-cold killer.

After the laptop streamed a 15-minute 1080p video, the underside measured 93 degrees Fahrenheit, putting the temp safely below our 95-degree comfort threshold. The center of the keyboard and touchpad hit 93 and 86 degrees, respectively. The hottest the machine got actually wasn’t on the underside, but rather just above the keyboard’s F8 key, an area that reached 99 degrees.

Software and warranty

Dell includes a seemingly endless amount of branded software in the XPS 13 2-in-1.

There’s Dell Mobile Connect (used to make calls, send texts and mirror-screen from your phone), Dell Customer Connect (an entire app dedicated to give you surveys), Dell Digital Delivery (a library of your software purchases from Dell), Dell Power Manager (monitors battery health and thermal management) and Dell Update (updates Dell applications and BIOS).

You also get the Killer Control Center, which you can use to manage your bandwidth. There’s also some Windows 10 bloatware, like Farm Heroes Saga, Candy Crush Friends Saga and Microsoft Solitaire Collection.

Dell ships the XPS 13 2-in-1 with a one-year, limited warranty. See how Dell performed on our Tech Support Showdown and Best and Worst Brands ranking.

Bottom line

The XPS 13 2-in-1 is a monster in a small package. Its slim design is jampacked with powerful performance, a superbright 16:10 display and an excellent battery life. Unfortunately, you might find it difficult to get used to the shallow keyboard and the less-than-desirable number of ports.

If you’re looking for a laptop with a better keyboard and more ports, than the Razer Blade Stealth is perfect for you. For $1,599, you’ll also get strong graphics performance and better audio than on the Dell.

However, the XPS 13 is not only one of the best 2-in-1 laptops around, but also one of the best laptops currently available.

Source: https://www.laptopmag.com/reviews/laptops/dell-xps-13-2-in-1-2019

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This is the cheapest 256GB smartphone that comes with 8GB RAM

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We have found memories of the Elephone Soldier, a rugged smartphone that sported a rather unique analogue compass and a price point that earned it some top marks in reviews around the world. 

Elephone now has a new flagship, the U3H, and although it may not have the same rugged credential as its sibling, it more than makes up for it elsewhere.

At $184.89 (about £142, AU$268) after using an exclusive couponat AliExpress, the Elephone U3H is the cheapest smartphone that combines 256GB storage with 8GB of system memory, as much as some flagship laptops on the market.

You can bag yourself an Elephone U3H for a rock-bottom price of just under $185, which includes free delivery and a $6 new user discount. This is an mid-range smartphone running Android 9.0 (upgradable to 10), with 8GB of RAM, a 48-megapixel camera, 256GB onboard storage and a massive 6.6-inch, 3.7-megapixel screen.

Elephone U3H

There’s also two rear cameras including a 48-megapixel one from Sony, the IMX586, a rather big 6.53-inch FHD+ display and a not-so-small 3,500mAh battery.

Add NFC and wireless charging and you get a device that, on paper, is difficult to beat if storage is what you’re after. It currently rocks Android 9.0 but the manufacturer has confirmed that it will get Android 10 in a few weeks.

As a disclaimer, buying from Chinese retailers like Aliexpress means that you may have to wait a long time to get your item, up to two months.

There’s also a slim chance of getting stung by extra charges and products from China may not be 100% compatible with local voltage or mobile network bands, with returns often a pain to complete.

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https://www.techradar.com/in/news/this-is-the-cheapest-256gb-smartphone-that-comes-with-8gb-ram

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Lenovo launches world’s first 5G PC at CES

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Photo taken on Jan. 8, 2020 shows a Lenovo 5G personal computer at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the United States. China’s tech giant Lenovo has launched the world’s first 5G personal computer at the ongoing 2020 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, for the first time bringing 5G connectivity to a premium computing experience beyond smartphone technology. (Xinhua/Wu Xiaoling)

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Apple iPhone 12: Everything We Know So Far [Updated]

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Apple’s iPhone 12 is already subject to leak after leak after leak. As such, this article will roundup everything we know so far. There’s a lot to love and some disappointments as well. But, overall, Apple is heading for its most exciting iPhone upgrade in years. Here are the reasons why. 

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2020 iPhone 12 conceptBEN GESKIN

 Camera – the headline news for the iPhone 12 is Apple’s move to integrate a long-range 3D camera. This has now been leaked by multiple sources and it will enable the iPhone 12 to actively map its environment up to about 15 feet. It will be laser-based unlike the 25-50 centimetre range of the dot projector-based 3D mapping system used in Face ID on the front of current iPhones.

While a 3D camera may help photographs with things like Portrait mode (where depth measurement is a major factor), the big win is augmented reality (AR). Expect Apple to make a big deal of this come launch time. 

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Long range Sony 3D camera mapping prototypeBLOOMBERG

Design – Perhaps the one area where the iPhone 12 may disappoint is how it looks. With more radical concepts (as above) seemingly off the radar, a far more basic design (almost identical to the iPhone X / XS / 11 Pro) has now been spotted. There is still time for this to change, but Apple looks set to make its biggest advances internally this year. 


Gordon’s Top Apple Daily Deals:

Display – While it may look the same, the new iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max family is understood to be tweaking its screen sizes with both bigger and smaller panels:

  • iPhone 12: 6.1-inch (same as iPhone 11)
  • iPhone 12 Pro: 5.4-inch (Vs 5.8-inch iPhone 11 Pro)
  • iPhone 12 Pro Max 5G: 6.7-inch (Vs 6.5-inch iPhone 11 Pro Max)

In addition to this, Apple is expected to introduce new 120Hz ProMotion displays. Jumping to a 90/120Hz panel is essential to keep up with rivals, many of which made the move in 2019 and Samsung will fit the Galaxy S11 with a 120Hz panel in 2020. Coincidentally, Apple will also adopt Samsung’s Y-OCTA display technology for slimmer panels and OLED may come to the entry-level iPhone 12. 

Adding to this, Japanese site MyDrivers is reports that Apple will source up to 45M OLED panels from China’s BOE as it reduces dependence on Samsung. Whether this results in good/bad iPhone editions as with Intel/Qualcomm modems in the past remains to be seen, but Apple’s strict quality controls usually avoid this.

Biometrics – Face ID is not expected to change much in the iPhone 12 other than slight performance tweaks and, perhaps, a fractionally smaller notch. But the return of Touch ID integrated into the display, is a major event which has been leaked time after time. While facial recognition and fingerprint sensors have their own pros and cons, the real value of its return is when used in conjunction with Face ID for extremely high level security. Hopefully, where and when will be user selectable. 

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Apple has been filing numerous patents for building Touch ID into iPhone displaysPATENTLYAPPLE

Apple AirPods Pro Vs AirPods: What’s The Difference?FORBES Gordon Kelly

01/04 Update: Performance – DigiTimes reports Apple has renewed its exclusive manufacturing deal with TSMC to be the sole supplier of its next-gen A14 iPhone chipset with production beginning as soon as Q2. DigiTimes says it will be the first A Series chip to be manufactured with a 5nm process (A12 / A13 were 7nm) which should both boost performance and increase efficiency. It could also increase Apple’s (already large) advantage over rivals with Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 865 flagship chipset for Android phones still using 7nm.

Connectivity / Networking – there is a lot of speculation that the Lightning port will be replaced by USB-C. This remains to be seen as talk is also building that Apple will move the iPhone to a port-less, wireless charging-only model in the next few years. As such, introducing USB-C for a short time would seem pointless. 

More certain, is the arrival of 5G. Apple will introduce 5G across the entire iPhone 12 range. It will deliver support for both mmWave and sub-6GHz bands and (given the still-limited nature of 5G networks around the world) the really good news is…

Pricing – official prices for the iPhone 12 range have yet to leak but word from Ming-Chi Kuo, one of the most accurate Apple insiders, is there will be no significant price penalty for the step-up to 5G. This would be a coup as 5G has added hundreds of dollars to 5G versions of rival phones up until this point. 

Release Date – there’s nothing on this at present, but Apple has a long tradition of launching new iPhones in September and (the early release of one new budget model, aside) I don’t expect that to change in 2020. 

Conclusion

Will the iPhone 12 be worth the wait? On paper, yes. This is one of Apple’s biggest upgrades in years. That said, the lack of external changes for a third generation may put some users off and the iPhone 11 range is already the most well-rounded smartphone line-up of 2019. It is also available with some major price savings right now

After incremental upgrades in 2019, Apple is going for it in 2020 and a big motivation is Samsung’s exciting Galaxy S11 plans. Here’s a similar roundup of Everything We Know So Far about the Galaxy S11

Yes, 2020 is shaping up to a great year for smartphone fans. 

Apple’s iPhone 12 is already subject to leak after leak after leak. As such, this article will roundup everything we know so far. There’s a lot to love and some disappointments as well. But, overall, Apple is heading for its most exciting iPhone upgrade in years. Here are the reasons why. 

Tip: this article will be regularly updated, so bookmark it (01/04 new updates below)

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2020 iPhone 12 conceptBEN GESKIN

Apple Sales Alert: AirPods Pro, iPad, iPhone, New MacBook Pro Best DealsFORBES Gordon Kelly

 Camera – the headline news for the iPhone 12 is Apple’s move to integrate a long-range 3D camera. This has now been leaked by multiple sources and it will enable the iPhone 12 to actively map its environment up to about 15 feet. It will be laser-based unlike the 25-50 centimetre range of the dot projector-based 3D mapping system used in Face ID on the front of current iPhones.

While a 3D camera may help photographs with things like Portrait mode (where depth measurement is a major factor), the big win is augmented reality (AR). Expect Apple to make a big deal of this come launch time. 

Apple iPhone 12 camera, iPhone 12 upgrade, iPhone 11 camera,
Long range Sony 3D camera mapping prototypeBLOOMBERG

Design – Perhaps the one area where the iPhone 12 may disappoint is how it looks. With more radical concepts (as above) seemingly off the radar, a far more basic design (almost identical to the iPhone X / XS / 11 Pro) has now been spotted. There is still time for this to change, but Apple looks set to make its biggest advances internally this year. 


Gordon’s Top Apple Daily Deals:

  • STAR DEAL – iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro – save up to $800 with AT&T / $700 when you buy two iPhones on Verizon – Membership Wireless – shop deals now
  • iPhone 6S / iPhone 6S Plus – Unlocked – 32GB – Total Wireless or Straight Talk – $99 / $149.99 – Walmart – shop deals now
  • AirPods Pro – (typically $249.99) – Amazon: $249 (12/27 – out of stock) / B&H$249.99 (availability 6-10 weeks) / Best Buy: $249.99 / Staples: $249 (available in some stores) / Target: $249.99 / Walmart: $249 (out of stock)
  • AirPods with Charging Case – (typically $159.99) – Amazon:$139 / B&H: $144.95 12/27 – ( $5 price reduction) / Best Buy: $144.99  / Staples: $139 / Target: $144.99 / Walmart: $139
  • AirPods with Wireless Charging Case – (typically $199.99) – Amazon: $168.95 / B&H – $174.95 / Best Buy: $199.99 / Staples: $189 / Target: $169.99 / Walmart: $169 (out of stock)
  • 10.2-inch 2019 32GB iPad – (typically $329.99) – $319 (12/27 – back in stock) / Best Buy: $249.99 (out of stock) /Staples: $289 / Target: $249.99 / B&H: $299

Display – While it may look the same, the new iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max family is understood to be tweaking its screen sizes with both bigger and smaller panels:

  • iPhone 12: 6.1-inch (same as iPhone 11)
  • iPhone 12 Pro: 5.4-inch (Vs 5.8-inch iPhone 11 Pro)
  • iPhone 12 Pro Max 5G: 6.7-inch (Vs 6.5-inch iPhone 11 Pro Max)

In addition to this, Apple is expected to introduce new 120Hz ProMotion displays. Jumping to a 90/120Hz panel is essential to keep up with rivals, many of which made the move in 2019 and Samsung will fit the Galaxy S11 with a 120Hz panel in 2020. Coincidentally, Apple will also adopt Samsung’s Y-OCTA display technology for slimmer panels and OLED may come to the entry-level iPhone 12. 

Adding to this, Japanese site MyDrivers is reports that Apple will source up to 45M OLED panels from China’s BOE as it reduces dependence on Samsung. Whether this results in good/bad iPhone editions as with Intel/Qualcomm modems in the past remains to be seen, but Apple’s strict quality controls usually avoid this.

Biometrics – Face ID is not expected to change much in the iPhone 12 other than slight performance tweaks and, perhaps, a fractionally smaller notch. But the return of Touch ID integrated into the display, is a major event which has been leaked time after time. While facial recognition and fingerprint sensors have their own pros and cons, the real value of its return is when used in conjunction with Face ID for extremely high level security. Hopefully, where and when will be user selectable. 

iPhone Touch ID, iPhone 12 Touch ID, iPhone 11 Face ID, iPhone fingerprint sensor,
Apple has been filing numerous patents for building Touch ID into iPhone displaysPATENTLYAPPLE

Apple AirPods Pro Vs AirPods: What’s The Difference?FORBES Gordon Kelly

01/04 Update: Performance – DigiTimes reports Apple has renewed its exclusive manufacturing deal with TSMC to be the sole supplier of its next-gen A14 iPhone chipset with production beginning as soon as Q2. DigiTimes says it will be the first A Series chip to be manufactured with a 5nm process (A12 / A13 were 7nm) which should both boost performance and increase efficiency. It could also increase Apple’s (already large) advantage over rivals with Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 865 flagship chipset for Android phones still using 7nm.

Connectivity / Networking – there is a lot of speculation that the Lightning port will be replaced by USB-C. This remains to be seen as talk is also building that Apple will move the iPhone to a port-less, wireless charging-only model in the next few years. As such, introducing USB-C for a short time would seem pointless. 

More certain, is the arrival of 5G. Apple will introduce 5G across the entire iPhone 12 range. It will deliver support for both mmWave and sub-6GHz bands and (given the still-limited nature of 5G networks around the world) the really good news is…

Pricing – official prices for the iPhone 12 range have yet to leak but word from Ming-Chi Kuo, one of the most accurate Apple insiders, is there will be no significant price penalty for the step-up to 5G. This would be a coup as 5G has added hundreds of dollars to 5G versions of rival phones up until this point. 

Release Date – there’s nothing on this at present, but Apple has a long tradition of launching new iPhones in September and (the early release of one new budget model, aside) I don’t expect that to change in 2020. 

Conclusion

Will the iPhone 12 be worth the wait? On paper, yes. This is one of Apple’s biggest upgrades in years. That said, the lack of external changes for a third generation may put some users off and the iPhone 11 range is already the most well-rounded smartphone line-up of 2019. It is also available with some major price savings right now

After incremental upgrades in 2019, Apple is going for it in 2020 and a big motivation is Samsung’s exciting Galaxy S11 plans. Here’s a similar roundup of Everything We Know So Far about the Galaxy S11

Yes, 2020 is shaping up to a great year for smartphone fans. 

Source:
https://www.forbes.com/sites/gordonkelly/2020/01/04/apple-iphone-12-pro-max-release-date-design-camera-price-iphone-11-upgrade/#6c0a6beb1097

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