The Xiaomi 12 is likely to be released this month, sporting the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 CPU. While no formal debut date has been set, it is expected to happen this month. The phone’s real-life photograph has surfaced online ahead of its launch, revealing how it may seem.
Xiaomi 12 Images Leaked
We get a glance at the Xiaomi 12’s back panel thanks to a Weibo photograph. The phone will have a rectangular camera bump on the back with one large camera housing, two tiny camera housings, an LED flash, and a microphone, according to the image. The look is reminiscent of Xiaomi’s Mi 10T series, which debuted last year.
While the exact camera setup is uncertain, the main camera is believed to have a resolution of 50 megapixels. Ultra-wide and telephoto/macro cameras could be the other two sensors. The Xiaomi 12 Ultra is expected to have a 200MP main camera, as previously predicted. Motorola is anticipated to lead the way in the 200MP camera trend next year.
Other specifics are yet unknown. However, reports say that the Xiaomi 12 will include a punch-hole display with a 120Hz refresh rate, possibly based on an AMOLED panel. As previously stated, it will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, will allow 120W fast charging, and will include an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner, among other features.
It’s worth noting that the Mi 11 phones were first released in China on December 28, 2017. If the speculated Xiaomi 12 debut date is to be believed, it will fall on the same day as its predecessor.
Xiaomi has also stated that three Xiaomi 12 phones would be released at first (possibly the Xiaomi 12, 12 Pro, 12 Ultra). It’s expected to be followed by the release of the speculated Xiaomi 12X, which will most likely be a scaled-down version of the original device.
To set the record straight, we’re still waiting for official details from Xiaomi, so take the above information with a grain of salt. Stay tuned for further details.