In the first half of 2021, Xiaomi released its annual flagship Mi 11 Ultra, which is positioned as the “Android Light”. It debuted the GN2 super-large bottom sensor jointly built by Xiaomi Samsung, and joined xiaomi’s own night Owl algorithm, which is the comprehensive strength of the top DXOMARK.
One year later, the successor to mi 11 Ultra, also known as Mi 2022 Android Light, is about to debut, codenamed L1.
On January 25, blogger @digital Chat website revealed that the Mi Supersized Cup, code-named L1, has three rear cameras, a main camera of 50 megapixels, an oversized bottom, and a long zoom and ultra-wide Angle.
A rendering of the Mi Venti’s shell, which has as many as seven perforations, has been posted online, suggesting that it has more than three cameras.
The @digital chat website pointed out that the rendering was wrong, the actual back of the Mi Supercup only has three cameras, and they are in full focus.
In terms of specifications, the Mi Super Cup uses the second-generation LTPO screen with a resolution of 2K+ and is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 flagship processor. Wireless fast charge, wired fast charge and other flagship configurations are not expected to be absent.