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iPhone 12 mini Is Getting Very Popular Among (Nostalgic) Buyers

In this year’s lineup of iPhones, we can finally see the iPhone 12 in its full glory, which is a great phone, but according to many, a questionable upgrade over its predecessor.

In the midst of the buzz, there is one model that Apple really made special: the iPhone 12 mini. If you are hearing about it for the first time, you should know that this iPhone 12 is smaller than usual, and actually mimicking a size that is close to the one the iPhone 5S had.

Priced at $699, this smaller iPhone will feature a 5.4 inch OLED screen with an A14 bionic chip (same as the one used in the iPhone 12), as well as 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB storage options. 

Its front camera will pack 12MP as standard and 16MP in ultrawide settings, while the front one will get 12MP with a 2.2 aperture. The size is obviously what makes this supercharged iPhone great – it will only measure 5.18 inches in length and 2.53 inches in width, with a weight of only 4.76 ounces.

On balance, the iPhone 12 mini gets plenty of features from its bigger brother, the iPhone 12. Still, the craze around it is real because it is finally a powerful phone that can comfortably fit in our pockets, and the compact smartphone coming at a price that won’t hurt any budget.

What’s also great is that there are features such as MageSafe which could prove groundbreaking in the near future, which is why this iPhone seems ahead of its generation. Still, the colorful OLED display, great use of materials and no charger in the box (ironically) can be enough for many to swap their current X, XS, 11, and 11 Pro models with the newest model in Apple’s lineup.

With impressive features such as new design, 5G connectivity and upgraded cameras, the iPhone 12 mini will definitely steal the show on November 13 (the date of its official release).

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