Thu. Aug 18th, 2022
Xiaomi 12 Ultra: here is the most credible preview of its design and the huge photo block

Yogesh Brar thinks he knows the technical sheet of the Xiaomi 12 Ultra, which is expected during the month of June in China. According to him, no 200-megapixel sensor would not be in the game. Wireless charging would also make a small leap forward.

Processing of Xiaomi 12 Ultra
Rendering of the Xiaomi 12 Ultra // Source: OnLeaks and Zouton

The Xiaomi 12 Ultra is one of the great flagships expected during the summer period. The Chinese manufacturer should present it in her native country during the month of June, followed a few weeks later by a presentation for Europe. Until then, leaks and other noise from the hallways continue to appear on the Web.

The latter is to the credit of filter Yogesh Brar, who keeps adding the notation “according to rumors” at the beginning of his post on twitter. Therefore, it is convenient to welcome the following elements with tweezers and not rush into the final technical sheet of the phone.

No 200 megapixel sensor

Let’s start with the most challenging data: the number of megapixels of the main rear camera, which would be limited to 50 Mpx. We are here far from the famous 200 megapixel sensor that we have heard about. The photographic block would be completed by an ultra wide angle and a 48 megapixel x5 lens.

In principle, and as Digital Chat Station already suggested in May 2022, this Xiaomi 12 Ultra would use the same photographic configuration as its predecessor. The 20-megapixel lens placed on the front would also be part of it.

Xiaomi 12 Ultra _ Trailer 0-11 screenshot
Source: Let’s Go Digital / Technizo Concept

Yogesh Brar also bets on small changes on the screen: the huge 6.81-inch panel is finished, giving way to a somewhat more contained 6.7-inch screen. All with QHD + definition, AMOLED and adaptive refresh rate of 120 Hz.

Who says that new vintage necessarily means new generation of processor: what better in this case than to resort to the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. However, we hope that it does not fall into the same flaws inherent in the Xiaomi 12 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, whose problems of heating caused real problems in our test.

Wireless charging less powerful?

This SoC would be accompanied by 8 or 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and an amount of internal storage that ranges between 256 and 512 GB (UFS 3.1). Another small change: the power of wireless charging, which here would take a small step back if Yogesh Brar is right: 50 W, compared to 67 for the Mi 11 Ultra.

For its part, the 4,800 mAh battery and the 67 W cable charge would not evolve.

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