Xiaomi 12 Ultra specifications leak reveals 120Hz AMOLED display, Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1
Xiaomi 12 Ultra. It appears that the Xiaomi 12 Ultra’s specifications have been released.
It appears that the only significant improvements are a new chipset and a marginally improved display. Mi 11 Ultra was Xiaomi’s entry into the ultra-premium market, offering a flagship phone with all of the bells and whistles that you’d expect from a €1,200 handset. This year’s Xiaomi 12 Ultra is rumoured to go on sale later this year, and reliable leaker Yogesh Brar has provided a rundown of the expected specifications.
Xiaomi 12 Ultra
The Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset is perhaps the most noteworthy increase here. In addition, it appears that last year’s QHD+ 120Hz OLED panel is now adopting LTPO technology in order to save energy.
A smaller battery and slower wireless charging are two other drawbacks of the new design. A 4,800mAh battery and 50W wireless charging are expected, compared to the 5,000mAh and 67W of the previous model.
Other than that, the Mi 11 Ultra looks just like the Mi 11 Ultra. A 20MP front-facing camera, 8GB of RAM, and storage capacities of 256 or 512GB are required.
Camera and Specifications
A 50MP main camera with optical image stabilisation, a 48MP ultrawide camera and a 48MP 5x periscope camera, a time-of-flight sensor and laser autofocus are all present in the Xiaomi 12 Ultra’s rear camera arrangement at first appearance. We’ll have to wait and see if Xiaomi has updated image sensors. It’s probable that the first phone from the company’s cooperation with photography maker Leica will be released in July, as the company has stated.
A secondary rear screen and an IP68 rating haven’t been mentioned. Since we expect the phone to be quite expensive, it would be a disappointment if it failed to meet the first requirement. Because of the global chip scarcity, the Mi 11 Ultra was only available in a restricted number of markets. We hope that this time around, Xiaomi does a better job of making the phone widely available.
Drawings That Have Been Leaked
Recently, renders of the Xiaomi 12 Ultra were made public. The leaked images reveal that the Xiaomi 12 Ultra is going to be a hefty gadget, with a rear camera powered by Leica. There is a 161.9-by-74.3-by-9.5-millimeter gadget.
A large circular camera bump on the back of the phone houses a slew of small lenses and sensors. There are three sensors and four lenses cutouts on this board, with the remaining three being lenses.
Curved display, fingerprint lock, ceramic back, and an aluminium frame round out the list of extras.
Q1: Is Xiaomi 12 Ultra going to be released?
On Weibo, the Xiaomi 12 Ultra is expected to contain the same 120x, 12-120mm f/1.95-4.1 camera as the current Ultra, according to Digital Chat Station and a leaked cover.
Q2: Does the Xiaomi MI 12 Pro have a water resistance rating?
The Xiaomi 12 has a lot going for it, but it isn’t water-resistant, has mediocre battery life, and MIUI is still behind the competition.
Q3: When will the Xiaomi Mi 12 be available?
On April 27, 2022, Xiaomi introduced the Mi 12 Pro 5G in India, a new smartphone from the company (Official). Starting at Rs 62,999, this phone is available in a variety of colours. Xiaomi’s smartphone sports a 6.73-inch (17.09-cm) display with a resolution of 3200 x 1440 pixels.
Q4: How much does the Xiaomi 12 set you back in terms of purchase price?
Xiaomi 12 will cost 27,260 in the Philippines in 2022, making it the most expensive smartphone in the country. This is the current price and specifications of the Xiaomi 12 smartphone in the Philippines as of June 11, 2022.
Q5: When mi 12?
On March 31, 2022 (anticipated), Xiaomi will introduce the new Xiaomi Mi 12S in India. The 8 GB RAM + 128 GB internal storage version of the phone is expected to cost Rs 26,999 when it goes on sale.
Q6: Is xiaomi 12 capable of charging wirelessly?
Wireless charging and reverse wireless charging are also supported by the phone. Xiaomi’s official wireless charger allows the phone to charge at a rate of up to 50W, however most third-party Qi wireless chargers only reach speeds of about 10W.