As Apple’s first 5g model, the iphone12 series is equipped with snapdragon x55 baseband or X60 baseband, but the official has not confirmed. Although the iPhone 12 / 12 Pro will not be officially delivered until the 23rd, the Internet has released the iPhone 12 dismantling video in advance. The video shows that the iPhone 12 is equipped with snapdragon x55 5g baseband, which supports 5g millimeter wave and sub-6ghz 5g network. Its hardware specifications are consistent with the x55 carried by the flagship of snapdragon 865. It seems that the first X60 baseband should be the snapdragon 875. < / P > < p > other configuration parameters are basically marked on the official website. In addition, it should be noted that the iPhone 12 Mini only supports single card, and the other three models are dual card and dual standby. Previously, it was reported that the overseas version of the iPhone 12 series does not support 5g network when using dual card, which has caused a heated discussion. Fortunately, it has been confirmed that the Bank of China Version is not included. < / P > < p > the Bank of China Version and the United States version have different configurations in terms of dual cards. The US version adopts the SIM entity card + ESIM scheme, while the Bank of China Version adopts the dual sim entity card scheme. However, the BOC version does not support 5g dual card and dual standby, but 4G + 5g dual card and dual standby. As Apple’s first 5g model, iphone12 series still has a certain gap with China as its flagship in 5g. Let’s stay tuned for more reviews on the iPhone 12 series. < / P > < p > at present, more than 350000 appointments have been made for iPhone 12 Mini. Click the small card version below to enter the iPhone 12 Mini appointment page of Apple Jingdong’s official flagship store= https://twhosting.com/gather-and-watch-huawei-p40-pro-evaluation-excellent-mobile-phone-photography-elegant-design-do-you-like-it/ target=_ blank>gather and watch! Huawei P40 Pro evaluation: excellent mobile phone photography elegant design, do you like it?