A new report reveals that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 12 smartphones will feature flexible OLED display.
Each member in the iPhone 12 series (which consists of four variants: the standard 12, Max, Pro, and Pro Max) is getting some upgrades in the display department. According to Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC), the standard iPhone 12 will use a 5.4-inch flexible OLED with a rumored 2340 x 1080 resolution (~475 ppi).
The display is expected to use Y-OCTA touch technology, merging the touch-panel structure into the OLED panel and therefore achieving a thinner overall display. Instead of BOE Display per previous reports, Samsung Display will be supplying the flexible OLED panels.
The iPhone 12 Max, on the other hand, will have a 6.1-inch flexible OLED with a rumored 2532 x 1170 resolution (~460 ppi). The iPhone 12 Pro will have the same screen size and resolution as the Max, with 10-bit color depth and 120Hz refresh rate but without Y-OCTA touch integration. It will be capable of extreme dynamic range or XDR, which refers to higher brightness, better contrast, and wide color gamut.
Finally, the iPhone 12 Max Pro will outdo the other variants. It will feature a 120Hz 6.68-inch flexible OLED display with a 2778 x 1284 resolution (~458 ppi), Y-OCTA touch integration, XDR capability and 10-bit color depth.