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Xiaomi 12 Series To Arrive Next Year; May Bring Its Best Camera Yet

- Updated: 20th Oct 2021, 10:34 IST
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    Xiaomi 12 Ultra speculations and specs

Much like the previous year, Xiaomi will launch its Mi 12 smartphone in December. The latest leak on Xiaomi 12 series reveals that the handsets could have high-end image-capturing capabilities. The brand-new report by Weibo tipster Digital Chat Station unveiled some of the significant configurations related to the Mi 12 series.

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Xiaomi 12 Ultra speculations and specs

The new Xiaomi 12 handset is assumed to come with 100W fast charging support, a punch-hole display with curved edges. To give the phone a premium look, it will have a ceramic back. In terms of design, it could have an outline similar to that of Xiaomi Civi.

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XIAOMI 12 series
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Coming back to the camera specifications, the Xiaomi 12 will have a Tripple rear camera setup. It will have a 50-megapixel primary camera sensor plus 50-megapixel wide-angle sensor and finally a 50-megapixel high-pixel super-telephoto lens. The latest smartphone series will also have the best camera module in Xiaomi’s History. Also, the camera will adopt an ultra-large bottom solution, supporting 1920fps super slow motion.

As far as the performance is concerned, the flagship model would be powered by Snapdragon 898 chipset and a 120Hz adaptive LTPO adaptive refresh rate display. The LTPO display will go up to a maximum of 120Hz and go down to a minimum of 1Hz which will ultimately help to save the battery life. Additionally, the handset could support a 4,700mAh battery, while its Ultra variant may offer a 5,000mAh battery. Reportedly, the mid-range handset will be the first phone to come with Qualcomm’s next-gen flagship chipset with four cluster core layouts.

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