This morning, Xiaomi finally officially announced a strategic partnership with Leica, which will release its first model in July.
In terms of product planning, this new phone is clearly the mi 12 Ultra, the successor to Android Light.
A new rendering of the new phone, which appears to be blurry but reliable from design, was later posted online.
Images show the Mi 12 Ultra has a curved screen with a hole-in center on its front, the most common feature of the top Android flagship.
In terms of specific specifications, it should be made of the latest Samsung materials, 2K resolution, LTPO high brush should not be lost, and even is expected to be equipped with PWM high frequency dimming.
As for the back, it is the biggest highlight. In line with previous exposures, the new phone has a large prototypical camera module, which appears to have four cameras. The main camera is very large, and below it is a submersible telephoto lens.
Currently, the exact camera specifications of the Mi 12 Ultra remain a mystery, but multiple sources suggest that the mi 12 Ultra will come with multiple main camera options, from main camera to telephoto to wide Angle and full focus.
It’s worth noting that the camera module also seems to be equipped with leica’s classic little red label, which is very reassuring in terms of image power and is likely to beat the DXO again, as it did the previous generation.