Apple unveiled the new iPhone 12 with an OLED display, A14 Bionic chip, and MagSafe with notch-y type design screen. iPhone 12 starts at the price range of Rs. 79,900. The display is the major upgrade from an LCD screen to OLED. Here we have compared iPhone 12 display with iPhone 11. Let’s check out what you can expect from iPhone 12.
The most noticeable difference between the iPhone 12 and iPhone 11 is the display. The iPhone 12 features and Super Retina XDR display with 2532×1170-pixel resolution at 460 PPI, whereas iPhone 11 comes with a liquid retina HD display with a 1792-by-828 pixel resolution. That comes out to 326 pixels-per-inch, which is lower than the resolutions of the iPhone 12. This means you get improved colors and deeper blacks on the iPhone 12, a wider dynamic range, a higher contrast ratio, and HDR support. Both the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 12 refresh at 60 frames per second.
The iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 feature the same screen size of 6.1-inches. iPhone 12 is slightly thinner, and lighter it has a new design and reduced bezels. Both smartphones have matte aluminum edges and the back have a glossy finish. The iPhone 11 comes with curved edges, whereas the iPhone 12 features a flat-edged design similar to the iPad Pro. This makes the iPhone 12 easier to hold and grip.
iPhone 12 models will feature Super Retina XDR OLED displays like the iPhone 11 Pro, while the iPhone 11 offered an LCD screen. There are several advantages of OLED over LCD, including deeper blacks, more vibrant colors, and wider viewing angles. Switch to OLED represents probably the biggest improvement an iPhone 11 user is likely to appreciate in moving to an iPhone 12. The display improvements of the iPhone 12 are one of the main reasons to upgrade your old phone with the iPhone 12.
|iPhone 11||iPhone 12|
|Liquid Retina HD display||Super Retina XDR display|
|True Tone display||True Tone display|
|1792 x 828 pixel resolution at 326 PPI||2532 x 1170 pixel resolution at 460 PPI|
|6.1-inch LCD display with IPS technology||6.1-inch OLED display|
|Wide color display (P3)||Wide color display (P3)|
|1,400:1 contrast ratio||20,00,000:1 contrast ratio|
|–||1,200 nits max brightness(HDR)|
|625 nits max brightness||625 nits max brightness|
|Haptic Touch||Haptic Touch|