Macotakara says the device, rumored to launch in 2021, features a 5.5-inch display without a notch. It has the same casing as the 5.4-inch 2020 mockup shared earlier this week.
While Macotakara believes that this could be one of the iPhone 13 designs under development, it's unlikely to be a final specification model. The site suggests Apple could be testing Samsung's UPS (Under Panel Sensor) technology with the prototype.
There is no sensor housing (notch) for the TrueDepth camera, and a marker indicating the FaceTime camera position is struck in the upper center. Samsung explained UPS (Under Panel Sensor) technology at the 2018 Samsung OLED Forum held in October 2018, and OPPO also announced at USC (Under Screen Camera ) Technology is announced .
Other notable observations include five dots arranged in a cross within the rear camera bump, perhaps for testing various camera modules, a possible 'bottom-of-screen' camera, and a USB-C port.
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