Our review of the iPhone 12 is already over, but we’ve also spent some time with the premium iPhone 12 Pro. But while the review team is still doing their thing here, leave some early thoughts.The iPhone 12 Pro definitely makes a better first impression than the iPhone 12. For starters, the frame is made of stainless steel, not aluminum. It also feels better and it’s shinier.
The rear glass also feels better thanks to its matte finish (the regular 12 gets a glossy one). Finally, the iPhone 12 Pro is gaining 25 grams over the regular 12, which makes it feel denser and more solid.
Otherwise, Apple brought the iPhone 12 Pro and 12 to the same exact dimensions, so any case that fits one will work on the other too.
The next big difference between the 12 Pro and the regular iPhone 12 is the 12MP 52mm f / 2.0 2x telephoto camera on the iPhone 12 Pro. We’re fans of telephoto cameras, but we have to say that the same old 2x camera as the 11 Pro is nowhere near enough to justify the $ 200 / EUR 243 / £ 200 premium for the Pro.
When we switch to the screens we have a tiny difference. The iPhone 12 and 12 Pro both have 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR OLED panels with HDR10 support and a resolution of 1170 x 2532 pixels. However, the iPhone 12 hits 600 nits while the iPhone 12 Pro offers 800 nits. However, we cannot say that there is a noticeable difference when the two stand side by side. However, both also have the same peak brightness of 1200 nits for HDR content.
Finally, there are storage options and RAM. The iPhone 12 Pro has a base memory of 128 GB with upgrade levels of 256 GB and 512 GB, while the iPhone 12 starts at 64 GB and goes up to 256 GB. The iPhone 12 has 4GB of RAM while the Pro has 6GB – something that seems like a decent upgrade but doesn’t seem to make much of a difference, at least in those early days.
So overall, the iPhone 12 Pro has a few reasons to justify its price premium over the iPhone 12. This is much smaller when you need to balance the storage. Overall, we’d say it’s worth paying more for the Pro if you enjoy the telephoto camera’s perspective or plan to carry it without a case and enjoy the nicer build quality. But we would also like to inform you that the iPhone 12 feels just as fast as the Pro, is a bit lighter thanks to its aluminum frame and is available in nicer colors. This year, the line between Apple’s regular and pro lines is very blurred.
A short word for iPhone 11 Pro users looking to purchase an iPhone 12 Pro. The 12 Pro looks bigger but doesn’t feel like it, mainly due to its virtually unchanged weight. The flat edges make the iPhone 12 Pro a different feel to the phone and we welcome the change. Apple has been able to make a phone like no other on the market – one with flat sides and a completely flat display – and it feels almost revolutionary after so many years of slightly to outrageously curved devices.
However, upgrading from the iPhone 11 Pro to the 12 Pro is difficult to justify. Yes, the new phone is faster and has a bigger screen, but not that much of a difference either. In our view, if you can live with the much larger phone, the only sensible upgrade path for 11 Pro owners is the 12 Pro Max.
Look forward to our detailed iPhone 12 Pro review, which will be released in the first few days of next week!
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NEW NOKIA LAPTOP SERIES REVEALS BIS CERTIFICATION
In the past, Nokia had quite a diversified business model, wherein it has manufactured personal and laptop computers, and a mini laptop as well at some point. MikroMikko was a dedicated line of computers manufactured by Nokia’s computer division Nokia Data back in the 1980s, which was sold until 1991. In 2009, Nokia also announced the Nokia Booklet 3G, a mini laptop or a netbook, which used Microsoft Windows 7 as the OS, had 3G support via SIM card, Nokia’s Ovi Maps service, and the company claimed a battery life of up to 12 hours on a single charge. Thereafter, we did not see any such product from Nokia.
Now, it looks like we will again get to see the Nokia brand on a laptop, albeit by a Nokia brand licensee. The new series of Nokia laptops that were certified on November 27 will be launched in India. As per BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) certification, the laptops will be manufactured by Tongfang Limited in China. The certification mentions at most nine different models of Nokia laptop with model numbers NKi510UL82S, NKi510UL85S, NKi510UL165S, NKi510UL810S, NKi510UL1610S, NKi310UL41S, NKi310UL42S, NKi310UL82S, and NKi310UL85S.
It is a pure guess from my side, but as per the model numbers, the first two characters (NK) probably mean Nokia, the next characters (i5 or i3) probably describe the processor, and the number ’10’ probably means Microsoft Windows 10 as the OS. So if we go as per the model numbers, we might see five Nokia laptops with Intel Core i5 processors, while the other four Nokia laptops with Intel Core i3 processors.
Next Galaxy Z Flip to sport 120Hz display and narrower frame says leakster
Samsung already has two foldable clamshells in its lineup with the Galaxy Z Flip and Z Flip 5G and we’ve been hearing about a successor coming in Q2 of 2021. Now, leakster IceUniverse shared a couple of bits about the upcoming foldable which is referred to as the Galaxy Z Flip3.
According to his intel, the Z Flip3 will sport a 120Hz AMOLED display which would match Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold2 and Galaxy Note20 Ultra flagships. The new Z Flip is also touted to feature a narrower frame which likely means less bezels around the panel.
The tipster also mentions a cheaper pricetag though we don’t get specific numbers here. Previous reports on the upcoming Z Flip model suggest it will feature stereo speakers and is expected to launch around March 2021, separate from the Galaxy S21 line. There’s also talk of a Galaxy Z Flip Lite model in the works as Samsung’s most affordable folding phone.
Google Zork Chromebook with AMD Ryzen 3 3250C spotted on Google Play Console
- Google Zork Chromebook specifications have been spotted on Google Play Console
- Key specs include AMD Ryzen 3 3250C, 4GB RAM, Radeon Vega 3 GPU, and Full HD display
- There could be another variant with Ryzen 7 3700C processor, as per Geekbench
Google is said to be working on a new Chromebook with the codename ‘Zork’ and it was spotted on the Geekbench platform back in April revealing key information, including the Android operating system version and chipset powering it. Now, the same Google Zork Chromebook has appeared on the Google Play Console, 91mobiles has discovered. The listing reveals more specifications of the notebook and reiterates earlier leaked details. Google Zork Chromebook specs, as per the listing, include the AMD Ryzen 3 3250C paired with 4GB RAM, Radeon Vega 3 GPU, a Full HD display with 1,920 X 1,080 pixels resolution, and 160 screen density.
Though the Google Play Console listing shows the device will run Android 9 OS, we suspect it might run on Chrome OS considering Android devices aren’t powered by AMD processors. The HP Pro Chromebook c645 that was introduced recently comes with the same AMD Ryzen 3 3250C processor, thereby making way for more Chromebooks with AMD processors. The listing also includes a render of the notebook with a sizeable trackpad and a proper keyboard with a matte finish. However, it’s possible the image could be a placeholder for now and may not represent the actual design of Google Zork.
Google Zork Chromebook specifications on Geekbench previously also mentioned a variant with the AMD Ryzen 7 3700C processor variant that has 4 CPU cores and 8 threads. The chipset is paired with Radeon Vega Mobile GFX graphics module and a large 8GB of RAM. Since the Chromebook has started appearing on the web, we suspect the development is inching closer to the final stages and the launch could be around the corner. We hope to learn more information soon. Stick around.
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