Early hands-on images of the iPhone 12 Mini surface online

Ahead of the pre-order date next week, first hands-on images of iPhone 12 Mini are already surfacing on social media.

According to Apple Track, early hands-on pictures of iPhone 12 Mini were showcased on George Buhnici’s YouTube channel. Although later, he removed his clip, and it’s not available anymore.

Secondly, a Twitter profile named L0vetodream also shared a picture of the latest and smallest 5G smartphone.

As it’s already known, the phone has a smaller design than its three bigger siblings. The display size is 6.1-inch, just like the regular iPhone 12.

Apple iPhone 12 Mini all specs and price details

The California-tech giant unveiled the new line-up of its premium phones earlier this month. And we saw four models instead of a normal tradition of three.

Speaking of the tiniest of them all, the iPhone 12 Mini has been touted as the world’s smallest 5G smartphone.

When it comes to all the specifications, it is par with the rest of its big brothers. There’s the fabulous Super Retina XDR display. It means it will also have the same viewing experience similar to that of the other models.

The Mini gets the power from the newest beast called A14 Bionic chip. It’s blazing fast and performs heavy tasks unprecedentedly faster.

The small variant is also made with aluminum finish and shares the same camera modules as the iPhone 12. There’s a dual-camera system on the back and a single True Depth lens on the front.

Photography lovers can also shoot Dolby Vision HDR videos on the Mini but in 30 fps only. In the Pro variants, it can be done at 60fps.

The smallest 5G smartphone starts at $699 for 64GB and goes up to $849 for 256GB.

When to expect from the next two versions?

The pre-orders on the Mini and 12 Pro Max start next week from Nov. 6. Deliveries are expected to be made by Nov. 13.

The biggest and true flagship model, iPhone 12 Pro Max, will sport a big upgrade in-camera features.

Dolby Vision HDR videography is there, of course, along with a Pro Raw mode to take mobile photography to another level.

Professionals will be able to shoot extra crisp and unbelievable shots no matter their lighting conditions.

Early reactions over iPhone 12 and 12 Pro’s cameras are already positive and amazing. So, the ultimate variant’s performance will surely impress the reviewers.

Those wanting to upgrade straight to the big guy can also do it from next week, along with iPhone 12 Mini. The Pro Max version will start at $1,099 for 128GB and $1,399 for 512GB.

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