What is iPhone 12 building material? aluminum for the frame and glass on the front and back. The finish of this build looks quite good, but the use of aluminum may not be so good. Unbeknownst to me, my iPhone 12 already has a dented effect compared to the Pixel 4 XL which I often measles into a bag full of keys and coins. But interestingly, this aluminum finish is matte and it gives a pretty good grip. Our unit is white, so traces of fingerprint dirt on the back panel are not visible.
This iPhone 12 gives me a satisfaction that I have never felt. This Apple A14 Bionic chip is indeed different from the others. The chip is a six -core chip and is matched with 4GB of RAM memory as well as internal storage that reaches up to 512GB. Throughout using this device, there were absolutely no time lag issues that I encountered. No matter how many apps are open, switching between apps is fast and smooth.
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The animated transitions also look very good and feel satisfying. Scrolling the screen no matter which direction is fast. Slightly disappointingly age-old Android includes multi-tasking functionality, the iPhone is still lacking. So if open many applications can but can not run two applications simultaneously in my opinion that is a disadvantage.
Playing for the first time on this device is also a lot of fun. I am a person who rarely plays first on a smartphone. But I made this iPhone 12 look like my own gaming device because playing Asphalt 9 and PUBG Mobile on high settings is no problem. Directly no serious heating problems, system outages or time delays. Even when playing first and I pause to open WhatsApp for a while is also easy to do.
As a user who is already familiar with Android devices that use high refresh rate screens, I feel apprehensive when wanting to use this iPhone 12. This is because Apple phone is still stubborn and uses only 60Hz screens. Due to the high touch response rate on this device, it makes touch activity fast enough and I don’t miss a device that supports 90Hz or 120Hz at all.