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Apple’s iPhone 12 Lineup Is Said To Feature OLED Screens Of Color Support Up to 10-Bit; More Details Included

The rumors of the 12th family of OLED sports panels for all four models were discussed for quite some time this year.

Apple is expected to supply Samsung, LG, or BOE OLED cameras, making it a diversified list of suppliers by 2020.

Ross Young, who is the CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC), has also shared new details about display size, resolution, and more.

Which means it’s upto us to provide our readers with all the necessary and vital information that they shared.

Apple's iPhone 12 Lineup Is Said To Feature OLED Screens Of Color Support Up to 10-Bit; More Details Included

It will be sporting a flexible Samsung OLED display with Y-OCTA technology starting with the cheapest iPhone 12 which is expected to have a 5.4-cm display and a starting price $649.

Y-OCTA technology ensures that the touch sensor can be mounted directly on the OLED panel without the need for a separate contact layer for those who don’t learn.

For other details, this version of the iPhone 12 is supposed to have a resolution of 2340 x 1080.

The next big thing is the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Top, a device whose OLEDs are apparently made of BOE and LG.

The more expensive 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro is believed to be one of the first telephones to have 10-bit support and to have a truer experience of life.

Apple's iPhone 12 Lineup Is Said To Feature OLED Screens Of Color Support Up to 10-Bit; More Details Included

The iPhone 12 Pro might not be fitted with Y-OCTA but will have a resolution of the same 2532 x 1170 as the iPhone 12 Max.

Seen by Macrumors, young believes Apple could carry its iPhone lineup of extreme dynamic range (XDR) defined as 1,000 nits full-screen light and 1,600 nits of maximum brightness.

Apple is rumored to be linking XDR (extreme dynamic range) compatibility to the iPhone 12 series. XDR performance on its monitors is specified by Apple as 1000 nits of full screen brightness, 1600 nits of peak brightness, 1M:1 contrast, 10-bits of color and ~100% P3 wide color gamut. To date, Samsung Display has only achieved 1342 nits of peak brightness and full screen brightness of 828 nits on smartphones, so if Apple does use XDR, the XDR specifications for brightness will need to change. Given the lower black levels in its OLED smartphones vs. its XDR monitor, contrast should actually be higher on its smartphones, in fact, DisplayMate measures the latest Samsung Display OLED contrast ratios as infinite in low ambient light.

When it comes to the Pro Max iPhone 12, Young believes it will be fitted with a 6.68-inch display with a resolution of 2778 x 1284, 10-bit color support, 120Hz refresh rate, and it will be XDR-fit.

This is all the information Young has shared so far, and September is closer, with leaks, rumours, and more of a heading, you should remain on track.

Source: [Display Supply chain]

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