With the launch of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, news about the Mi 12 is also getting more and more. Recently, a rendering image of the Mi 12 Ultra, the flagship of the Mi 12 series, has been exposed by netizens, with the Leica LOGO and quad-camera system on the back.
According to the exposed renderings, the mi 12 Ultra's camera position is very different from its predecessor, with the secondary screen removed and the camera module replaced with a round "Oreo" design that includes four cameras and a larger size. At the same time, the classic "Cola logo" can be seen in the upper right of the camera module, which means that the mi 12 Ultra camera will be jointly built by Xiaomi and Leica, giving the flagship phone better performance in image capability.
In our previous report, we mentioned that the mi 12 Ultra will feature a 50-megapixel camera with the exception of the submersed-view lens. The main camera will feature a custom oversized bottom sensor with OIS anti-shake support, which will provide improved picture quality.
It's hard to see the Mi 12 Ultra coming out this year, but we'll have to wait and see what video capabilities the Leica plus Extra-large will offer in the first half of 2022.