Xiaomi has announced that it will launch the Snapdragon 8+ chip first, and will also work with Leica to build a video system, which will debut in July next month.
Although it has never been officially announced, it is pretty well known that the new phone will be Android Light’s successor, Mi 12 Ultra.
According to the latest news from @digitchat, Mi 12 Ultra is already online and on the production line, which means that the device has been finalized, and the appearance of the recent pictures should be very similar.
It’s also important to note that Mi 12 Ultra is already in production a month before its launch, which means the initial supply is likely to be plentiful, at least for everyone who wants to buy it.
The mi 12 Ultra front is a continuation of the mi 12 series’ overall design, featuring a hyperboloid with a hole in the center. The overall bezel control is excellent, and the chin is only slightly thicker, giving it an almost equal width on all four sides, with a high screen ratio.
As for screen quality, Mi 12 Pro is already equipped with a top-notch OLED LTPO adaptive refresh rate screen and supports 2K resolution, and the new phone should continue at least this specification, if not higher.
As for the design of the back, it is still rumored to be an oversized prototype scheme. The leica red logo in the upper left corner is one of the biggest highlights, and at least three main camera schemes are assigned inside the module, including a submerged telephoto that supports 120x zoom shooting.
A Leica official said, “We have invested our money in xiaomi’s new products, taking more than 100 years of Leica images.”
In terms of imaging, leica should give the MI 12 Ultra a significant bonus, which is something to look forward to.