The Xiaomi 12 Ultra is still unannounced, and rumors and leaks keep floating online. The latest one comes from tipster Digital Chat Station, who revealed the company will stick to a 50MP sensor for the main camera, as well as a high resolution ultrawide and a telephoto shooter with some optical zoom.
In the meantime, an aluminum mold appeared online, based on the schematics accessories manufacturers receive from Xiaomi, confirming the camera design of a big circle on an even bigger rectangle, taking up more than 1/3 of the back of the phone.
The Mi 11 Ultra
In our long-term review of that phone we once more established its imaging brilliance so it’s no wonder that Xiaomi is choosing to further perfect what’s already a great setup instead of stgarting from scratch.
Previously, rumors pointed to a Zeiss partnership, although there’s no solid confirmation of that yet. What is far more certain is the 12 Ultra is going to run on Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, and sport a big AMOLED screen with 1440p resolution. There’s still no word on eventual arrival, but a Q1 launch is in the cards, including an MWC 2022 appearance.