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[* black] This is the first time we've seen "más" cameras in a "menos" iPhone. It's impressive to see, especially if no corners were cut in the process.
[* icon_note] No [guide|137669|plastic spacers|stepid=274757|new_window=true] here—it ''sort of'' made sense to see that in the larger iPhone 12, but space is at even more of a premium in the mini. There just isn't a square to spare.
[* black] The mini camera (left) has the same ƒ/1.6 wide-angle and ƒ/2.4 ultra wide-angle cameras found in the [guide|137669|regular iPhone 12|stepid=274757] (right). The wide-angle module also features optical image stabilization (OIS)—come back soon and we'llOIS)—and we have the X-rays to prove it!
[* black] The mini camera (left) has the same ƒ/1.6 wide-angle and ƒ/2.4 ultra wide-angle cameras found in the [guide|137669|regular iPhone 12|stepid=274757] (right). The wide-angle module also features optical image stabilization (OIS)—come back soon and we'llOIS)—and we have the X-rays to prove it!
[* icon_note] We're impressed by the additional camera in this small-bodied phone, but it ''may'' have come at the expense of the already paltry battery life. Hard to stay mad at this li'l guy, though.
[* icon_reminder] One spot of good news: camera replacements perform perfectly in our tests. So far, there's no sign that the mini shares the regular iPhone 12's [https://www.ifixit.com/News/45921/is-this-the-end-of-the-repairable-iphone|problematic camera repair situation.]