Apple officially launched the iPhone 12 series models, the new phone has a lot of highlights, including the latest Apple A14 chip, a new design, and so on but not mentioned battery capacity and RAM.
Today Weibo blogger started estimating the battery capacity of the iPhone 12 series models through the information displayed on Apple’s website. According to their estimates, the iPhone 12 mini’s battery capacity is 2227mAh; the iPhone 12’s battery capacity is 2275mAh; the iPhone 12 Pro’s battery capacity is 2275mAh, and the iPhone 12 Pro Max’s battery capacity is 3969mAh. From the aforementioned information, it is clear that out of the four phones, the one with the strongest battery life is the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
iPhone 12 Series RAM and AnTuTu Benchmark
In terms of hardware, all four models are equipped with an A14 processor and OLED bangs screen, the main difference is in the size, screen resolution, and camera configuration. Recently, from the latest scores found by AnTuTu, the four iPhone 12 models have different memory configurations, including the iPhone 12 with 4GB of RAM and the iPhone 12 Pro with 6GB of RAM. The new iPhone 13,2 and iPhone 13,3 are codenamed iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, respectively.
As for the running score, the iPhone 12 AnTuTu Benchmark has a total score of 564899 points, with a CPU score of 167894, GPU score of 201085, MEM score of 105677, and UX score of 90243. The total score of the iPhone 12 Pro AnTuTu Benchmark is 572133 points, of which the CPU score is 167,437, GPU score is 196,812, MEM score is 114,462, and UX score is 93,422.
AnTuTu finds that the CPU, GPU, and UX scores of the two don’t differ much, within a reasonable margin of error, while there is a significant difference in MEM, and there is no doubt that the iPhone 12 Pro with 6GB of RAM performs better. AnTuTu speculates that the iPhone 12 Mini should also be equipped with 4GB of RAM, while the iPhone 12 Pro Max will be equipped with 6GB of RAM like the iPhone 12 Pro, as earlier AnTuTu has revealed a running score of 12 Pro Max.