Xiaomi 12 Ultra has been completely redesigned. The second display will be removed, instead the camera will be much larger and more advanced.
Xiaomi Chinese is no longer just a budget type. With the Mi 11 series, the company has shown that it can once again place high-end smartphones on the market. Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is the best of the moment. What is special about this phone is the second display located on the back of the device. The new Xiaomi 12 series is expected in China later this month. It has long been thought that the Ultra model will also have a background display.
Last month, graphic designer Technizo Concept made another series of Xiaomi 12 Ultra product releases. Due to a lack of knowledge, it was a concept model designed for you.
Meanwhile, Finnish Twitter user Teme @ rodent950 was able to capture a picture of the Xiaomi 12 Ultra trial using China’s social media platform Weibo. This shows that the new model gets a completely redesigned camera system, designed to be so large that there is no space left for a second display.
Since the image only shows a case with a camera cut, the direct camera configuration of 12 Ultra remains unknown.
With regard to the configuration, there has been talk for some time about the integration of a 50-megapixel wide angle camera. Samsung’s new ISOCell GN5 image sensor is likely to be used for this, making Dual Pixel Pro autofocus possible. It follows the ISOCell GN2, used in the Mi 11 Ultra.
As usual from Xiaomi, three more cameras will also be fitted with a high-resolution image sensor. It could be three 48-megapixel cameras with an ultra-wide-angle lens and a periscopic telephoto zoom lens. Looking at 11 Ultra, it will support 5x optical zoom, 10x hybrid zoom and 120x digital zoom.
Details about the fourth camera lens (centered at the top) are not yet known. Xiaomi, for example, could opt for a second zoom lens – as we also know from Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra- or monochrome camera – like the Huawei P50 Pro.
To the right of the fourth camera is an unknown sensor, which may be intended for color temperature. Then two more sensors appear on the right, which combine to form a dTOF laser autofocus system. Moving forward, three LED flash is set – as we also know from the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra.
Leica logo is also included in the construction. In May this year, Teme announced via Twitter that the partnership between Huawei and Leica would end. Meanwhile, Leica has entered into a relationship with Sharp. The Sharp Aquos R6 is the first product phone with Leica optics and a 1 “sensor. Xiaomi has reportedly started working with a German lens manufacturer.