Is iPhone 12 Pro Max worth it? Don’t buy before knowing this fact: iPhone 12 Mini has better spec than iPhone 12 Pro Max

Surprising fact: the most expensive iPhone 12 model – the iPhone 12 Pro Max – has the lowest spec than the cheapest iPhone 12 – the iPhone 12 Mini.

Surprise, surprise! While people think the most expensive is always the best one, that’s not always the case. At least that’s what happen with Apple latest iPhone – the iPhone 12 series. As the cheapest iPhone 12, there’s one thing that iPhone 12 Mini is better than its most expensive siblings – the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

Unlike its predecessors, this year Apple released 4 models at one go, ranging from Mini, Standard (the iPhone 12 with no frills to its name), Pro and Pro Max.

When you see or hear the word “Mini” on iPhone 12, I believe many of you, even including myself initially, expected that the iPhone come with “Mini” spec. However after looking through the specs in detail, I came to know that the iPhone 12 Mini has the same spec as its sibling the iPhone 12 Standard, except the smaller screen and smaller battery. But after digging more into the spec, there’s more for Mini. There’s one thing iPhone 12 Mini outshined all the rest iPhone 12 siblings – even the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

iPhone 12 Mini Spec vs iPhone 12 Pro Max Spec and where Mini is better than Pro Max

No, it’s not portability as the palm size of everyone is different and different people has different preferences when it comes to size, some people expect smaller smartphone, while some others like it big. So it’s not portability that iPhone 12 Mini is better than iPhone 12 Pro Max.

It’s the PPI! A.k.a Pixel Per Inch.

According to Wikipedia, Pixel Per Inch refers to measurements of pixel density of an electronic device. Pixel Per Inch describe the details of the image (screen). Pixel Per Inch (Pixel Density) is not the same as resolution.

SpecsiPhone 12iPhone 12 MiniiPhone 12 ProiPhone 12 Pro Max
Pixel per Inch460 ppi476 ppi460 ppi458 ppi
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As you can see from the comparison above and basing on definition from Wikipedia:

  • iPhone 12 Mini has more pixels compared to iPhone 12 Pro Max.
  • iPhone 12 Mini shows much better detail image on screen compared to iPhone 12 Pro Max.

So is iPhone 12 Pro Max or iPhone 12 Mini the best for you?

So after knowing the fact, for those who considers buying iPhone 12 Pro Max, will you still buy it? Do give your comments/thoughts down below on the comment section.

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