TechDroider has produced a concept rendering of Mi 12 Ultra. As shown in the picture, the front of Mi 12 Ultra is designed with a center-cut screen and a micro-curved shape, which is also the mainstream solution of current mobile phones.
On the back, a camera module takes up nearly a third of the rear cover. The stepped, circular camera contains three cameras and a number of sensors as well as a flash. Of course, the most eye-catching is the Leica logo on the upper right corner of the camera module. With the white ceramic body, it is more conspicuous and recognizable.
Combined with previous leaks, TechDroider’s concept rendering is closer to the mi 12 Ultra real phone.
It will be powered by Xiaomi and Leica’s mobile video system, which will be the strongest video flagship in the Android camp this year. Lei Jun, founder, chairman and CEO of Xiaomi Group, said the new flagship will comprehensively improve xiaomi’s strength in mobile imaging and the experience of taking photos on phones.
In terms of core specs, Mi 12 Ultra will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ flagship processor and likely have a 50 megapixel rear camera, which will debut in July.