Your search for the best iPhone 12 price in Ghana will be over by the time you’re done reading this piece. The phone has a great
camera and is aesthetically on point. Plus, it’s got a few issues you certainly must know to take the right purchasing decisions.
At PriceGhana we don’t only take delight in giving you the best prices but also offer detailed descriptions to help you
make the right decision. As always, we’ll give you a cursory dive into the features and components and dig deeper into each of the main ones for your interest.
Sit back and enjoy…
- Size: 6.1 inches
- SIM: Dual
- OS: iOS 14.1, upgradable
- Network: 5G
- Camera: Dual 12 MP
- Memory: 64GB – 256GB
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As mentioned earlier, iPhone 12 and the 12 Pro share many similarities. It’s the same story on the design front. For instance, their sizes are the same as well as the display. However, the point of departure is the material they’re made of.
While the iPhone 12 features aluminum rails and a glossy glass back, the 12 Pro comes with stainless steel rails as well as a soft-touch glass back. The regular iPhone 12 has brighter black, red, green, blue, and white colours.
Regardless of your colour choices, you’ll find the hue wrapping around the side. Unlike previous models, Apple gives us flat edges with straight lines. Beyond its elegant look, it’s lighter and thinner to carry around without worrying about it slipping through your fingers.
If you’re more concerned about drops and scratches that may arise over time, a phone case will be the way to go.
The front of the phone is a Ceramic Shield which Apple considers to be way stronger for withstanding accidental drops. For
the purpose of scratches the phone also has the glass with nano-ceramic crystals. Together with the dual ion-exchange, you get an improved scratch-resistant phone in hand.
That notwithstanding, you want to stick in a protector for extra protection.
In Summary, it’s aesthetically pleasing, clean, and gorgeous enough to merit our moderate iPhone 12 price in Ghana, hopefully.
The phone promises a good camera experience so let’s see how it matches up to the iPhone 12 price in Ghana that we have for you. First, it has two cameras located at the back with one on the front.
This is obviously not anything groundbreaking but there’s more. The phone gives you a 12MP with an aperture of f/2.2 on the front camera.
On the back, you have a 12MP main sensor and an f/1.6 aperture. It also features a 12MP wide sensor with an f/2.4 aperture. If you’ve ever used the iPhone 12 Pro, you’ll easily notice that the cameras are the same as this version, except for the exclusion of the telephoto lens.
Pictures taken with the iPhone 12 looks very natural and clean. The phone also features the Smart HDR3 processing
which is very helpful for achieving more contrast with skin tones.
Another thing to expect of this phone is the two fields of view including the wide and cropped. Again, the phone comes with the same features as the 12 Pro when it comes to video. Note however that you can only record Dolby Vision HDR video in 4K 30fps with this phone in hand.
The camera of iPhone 12 is overall good even at low-light conditions. With the main camera’s 12-megapixel sensor paired with a 12MP ultrawide camera resulting in better shots, the iPhone 8 price in Ghana may be worth considering.
One other interesting thing is the phone’s ability to level out colours with correct exposure in every shot you take.
In terms of performance, the iPhone 12 is built to impress. It’s powered by the A14 Bionic chipset which has proven to be a reliable processor so far. You can power your apps and watch videos and do a whole host of things without suffering any annoying slowdowns.
You might not notice the speed and power of this phone unless you’re coming from one of the lower versions. Yes, the iPhone12’s 4GB is lower than the iPhone 12 Pro’s 6GB RAM. However, the speed of the phone can make it even more difficult to notice the difference.
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When it comes to storage space, you have 64GB to manage with. Clearly, this could be better and given that there’s no port for an external microSD card for these phones, the only way out is to consider other options like the 12 Pro Max if space is of the essence.
The phone comes with speakers that produce loud, clear sound quality. Other features include the support for Wi-Fi 6 with good call quality. The phone also comes with iOS 14 already installed.
In terms of network technology, you get to use 5G, mmWave UWB 5G as well as 4G and the lower bands. Obviously, you can only enjoy these technologies if it’s available in your region.
iPhone 12 has seen some major upgrades over its predecessor and we’ll take a quick look at what things look like here. The phone features OLED display resulting in a clear and overall better contrast.
It has a refresh rate of 60Hz and gives you a 1080p. The screen measures 6.1 inches, 90.2 cm2 with a resolution of 1170 x 2532 pixels and 19.5:9 ratio.
I bet you’re itching to see what battery life is available in the iPhone 12. Of course, knowing this will help you see if the iPhone 12 price in Ghana makes for a good buy. Let’s check it out on the battery front now.
First, the phone gives you 2815mAh just like the 12 Pro. Obviously, this isn’t very exciting. What it also means is that you’ll have to reach out for your charger on daily basis. Given the many apps and activities, phones are built to handle, this isn’t the battery life to be proud of.
The 6 hours of on-screen time may not be enough. An HDR content like streaming on Netflix will squeeze out 8% of battery life in an hour period. A phone’s battery life largely depends on how much usage you give it and this is no exception.
If it’s about moderate use only, it can take you deep into the day.
It is important to know ahead of time that the iPhone 12 doesn’t come with a plug in the box except for USB-Clightning
Remember that you’ll need additional cash to acquire these accessories, making it an obvious letdown.
|Type||Super Retina XDR OLED, HDR10, Dolby Vision, 625 nits (HBM), 1200 nits (peak)|
|Size||6.1 inches, 90.2 cm2 (~86.0% screen-to-body ratio)|
|Resolution||1170 x 2532 pixels, 19.5:9 ratio|
|Protection||Scratch-resistant ceramic glass,|
|OS||iOS 14.1, upgradable to iOS 15.5|
|Chipset||Apple A14 Bionic (5 nm)|
|Main||Dual 12 MP, f/1.6, 26mm (wide)|
|Features||Dual-LED dual-tone flash, HDR (photo/panorama)|
|Selfie||Dual 12 MP, f/2.2, 23mm (wide)|
|Internal||64GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 4GB RAM, 256GB 4GB RAM|
|Type||Li-Ion 2815 mAh, non-removable|
|Charging||Fast charging 20W|
|Colors||Black, Blue, Red, White, Green, Purple|
|Released||23 October 2020|
The iPhone 12 is generally a good phone to have. There are many attractive features you’ll love. It’s got decent software performance, good quality video as well as a great design to match. We’ve also seen some letdowns such as missing power adapter, and slow battery charging time.
Obviously, the decision is yours. We’ve laid everything bare so you make the best purchasing decision for yourself. You may also check out the other models we’ve got here. Considering our cool iPhone 12 price in Ghana? WhatsApp or Call now to place an order.