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Apple iPhone 12 Honest Review: Phone with great Camera and Processor

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Apple iPhone has been the pioneer of innovation, design and style because being the most expensive smartphone brand comes with a responsibility. The recently launched Apple iPhone 12.

In October 2020, it emerged as one of the fastest-selling phone brands in India. Also, the self-imposed ban on buying Chinese goods and products after what it spread the COVID-19 virus led to a surge in Apple phones sale.

While the iPhone 12 Pro captured the 8 percent market share, the iPhone 12 held 16 percent of the total market overall. It was a record selling of 5G smartphones.

Here are some specifications of iPhone 12

  • Operating system: iOS 14
  • Rear Camera: 12-megapixel (f/2.4)+12-megapixel (f/1.6)
  • Front Camera: 12-megapixel (f/2.2)
  • Pixels Per Inch: 460
  • Supports: 3G/4G/5G
  • Storage: 64 GB
  • Display: 6.10 inch
  • Processor: A14 Bionic
  • Wireless Charging


The iPhone 12 is the successor of the iPhone 11. However, not in real means. If you already have one, you might not want to shell money out on the beginner model. You can stay content with what you have.

Among the best features of the iPhone 12 are its camera and processor. Both work immaculately well. Of course, when did you last heard iPhone getting hanged? They may get slow over time, as that’s the company’s policy. But these high-end phones never disappoint in camera and processing.

The A14 Bionic SoC makes the functioning of the phone extremely smooth. Its night mode in-camera works across every lens (front and rear) and captures detailed and sharp images.

However, like many other iPhones, the battery spoils the game. We can hope that Apple would work on it the next time.


  • Gets warm after a while
  • Battery is not good
  • Camera is amazing as usual
  • Smooth performance
  • Build quality is superb


$ 799

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