A new Xiaomi smartphone has been spotted on the CCC listings. The certification body for the Chinese market suggests what appears to be a variant of the Xiaomi 12 Pro, also equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
2206122SC is the model number of a new Xiaomi smartphone listed in CCC records. The certification body for products destined for the Chinese market is obviously discreet about the nature of the device, but it could be the Xiaomi 12S Pro that we had briefly heard about. According to information transmitted by XiaomiUIthis model would be based on a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and would support 120 W fast charging. As expected, 5G connectivity would also be relevant.
As the specialized site points out, another version of the device had previously been seen at the CCC, this time under the reference 2207122MC, and with a MediaTek Dimensity 9000 processor. This information corroborates previous rumors that suggested that the Xiaomi 12S Pro would be available in two versions, respectively equipped with different chips. Both would be variants of the Xiaomi 12 Pro launched at the beginning of the year. If we are to believe these listings, they could soon hit the Chinese market.
Two versions that don’t have the same reloading capabilities?
However, according to XiaomiUI, the MediaTek version of the Xiaomi 12S Pro would not be housed in the same boat on the charging side. In fact, this model would be happy with a 67W charger, probably slower than the anticipated 120W block with the Snapdragon version of the machine. Note that this information should be taken with a grain of salt, Xiaomi has not yet formalized its 12S Pro.
In any case, previous rumors suggest that the device would be equipped with a 120 Hz QHD + and OLED panel, with curved edges. On the photography side, it could be armed with a 32-megapixel selfie camera and a triple rear photo module that includes a 50-megapixel main sensor. Nor can a partnership between Xiaomi and Leica be excluded for this product, which should logically be talked about, through official channels, in the coming weeks.
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