The Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max was awarded highest-ever Display Performance Grade of A+ and the Best Smartphone Display Award by DisplayMate, an advanced display calibration and optimisation service, which uses proprietary test and calibration patterns to determine the quality of the display.
“The iPhone 12 Pro Max display meets all of the criteria and requirements for a DisplayMate A+ Grade, earning DisplayMate's Highest Overall Display Assessment Rating and Highest Display Performance Grade of A+,” the DisplayMate website states.
In a huge 5G leap for smartphones, Apple launched the new iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max last month that feature a A14 bionic chip, all-new design with Ceramic Shield, pro camera system, LiDAR scanner and the biggest Super Retina XDR display ever on an iPhone.
The iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max will be available in 128GB, 256GB and 512GB models in graphite, silver, gold, and pacific blue, priced at a starting rate of Rs 1,19,900 and Rs 1,29,900, respectively.
Apple's new iPhone 12 Pro models feature a new LiDAR sensor that will significantly enhance its augmented reality and photography capabilities. The iPad Pro is the first phone to be equipped with the LiDAR sensor suite, which is a laser-based, time-of-flight system that allows a device to quickly calculate the distance to an object.
Where the iPhone Pro is a 6.1-inch smartphone, the iPhone Pro Max is a 6.7-inch device that is bigger than the predecessor, the iPhone 11 Pro Max. Both the devices sport a stainless steel design and will be available in four colours: grey, stainless steel, gold, and a new blue.
(with inputs from IANS)