Today, someone leaked the rendering of the Xiaomi Mi 12T Pro. As shown in the figure, the machine adopts a matrix three-camera scheme, and the overall shape of the back is not much different from that of the Xiaomi Mi 12. Like the 12S series, the Xiaomi Mi 12T Pro also focuses on images, but the latter does not have Leica certification.
The rear main camera of the phone is 200 Megapixels, the aperture is f/1.69, and it is not sure whether it supports OIS optical image stabilization. This is Xiaomi’s first 200 Megapixel mobile phone, the model is unknown, it may be the Samsung HP1 on the moto X30 Pro.
It is reported that the sensor size of Samsung ISOCELL HP1 is larger than that of Sony IMX707. The size of the latter is 1/1.28 inches, the unit pixel area is 0.64μm, and it supports ChameleonCell pixel synthesis.
In a dark light environment, Samsung’s 200 Megapixels can synthesize 1.28μm large pixels to generate 50MP pixel proofs. In addition, the Xiaomi Mi 12T Pro is also equipped with an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle and 2-megapixel macro, and the front camera is 20-megapixel.
In terms of core configuration, Xiaomi Mi 12T Pro uses a 6.67-inch straight screen with a resolution of 1220 × 2712 and a refresh rate of 120Hz. It is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ flagship processor and has a battery capacity of 5000mAh. It supports 120W wired flash charging and does not support wireless charging.
It is rumored that the price of the phone is 850 euros (about 5,900 yuan), and it will be released in Europe this month.