Today, blogger @digitalChat revealed that the Mi Powerphone, codenamed L1, has been in trial production and will not be powered by Qualcomm’s SM8475 processor.
The SM8475 is an upgraded version of qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8, which is likely to be called snapdragon 8 Plus. The biggest difference is that the Snapdragon 8 uses TSMC’s 4nm process (Samsung’s 4nm).
That means Xiaomi’s strongest flagship will be powered by qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8, a high-end processor that featured in the first half of the year and is a standard for android flagship.
In addition to the chip, the industrial design of Xiaomi’s strongest flagship has been finalised. According to the revelations, Xiaomi’s flagship rear-facing camera features an oversized Oreo design with three cameras, a 50-megapixel main camera, an ultra-wide angle and a telephoto.
Last year, Xiaomi’s most powerful flagship 11 Ultra once topped the DXOMARK list, known as the “Android light”. This year, Xiaomi’s most powerful flagship may once again top the DXOMARK list, which is worth looking forward to.