The original video has already been deleted.
Blogger George Bunichi has posted a 40-minute video detailing the features and design of the iPhone 12 mini, which should only go on sale in November.
In particular, he compares a 5.4-inch smartphone with the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 and 12 Pro – against their background, mini looks very compact. The mini’s screen resolution is 2340 × 1080 and the pixel density is 476 ppi.
Comparison with Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra
9to5Mac was one of the first to notice the video – but soon YouTube removed the leak and quickly blocks its reloading. But on Reddit they found a way to share a copy bypassing the restrictions.
In addition to the design of the case, the Romanian blogger checked whether the iOS 14 interface was well optimized for a small screen – the keyboard looks quite comfortable. Most of the video is devoted to the camera, but it is difficult to judge the quality of the images by reloading the video in low resolution. But at least the night mode works simultaneously with the ultra-wide-angle module, as on the rest of the 12th generation models.
Apple introduced the iPhone 12, 12 mini, 12 Pro, and 12 Pro Max on October 13. The base and standard 6.1-inch Pro models are already on sale, while the iPhone 12 mini and 12 Pro Max will be available for pre-order on November 6 and hit stores on November 13