Xiaomi Mi 12 Ultra With Snapdragon 8+ Enters Production

Xiaomi Mi 12 Ultra With Snapdragon 8+ Enters Production

Xiaomi announced the launch of the Snapdragon8+ processor. Leica will also be involved in creating a video system which will debut next month.

It was announced before the official announcement that the new phone will be the successor to the Android Light and the Mi 12 Ultra.

According to @digitchat’s latest reports, the Mi 12 Ultra has been online and on the production line. This means that the device can be ordered and will look very similar in the new photos.

Important to note that the Mi 12 Ultra was already in production one month prior to its launch. This means that the first offer may be sufficient, at the very least, for those who want to purchase it.

The front of Mi 12 Ultra continues the design of the Mi 12 series, with a hyperboloid and a hole in its middle. It has a very good edge control and is quite thick. This gives it nearly the same width on all sides, with a high ratio screen.

The Mi 12 Pro has a high-quality OLED LTPO screen that adjusts to the refresh rate and supports 2K resolution. A new phone would need to have this level of detail, if any.

It sounds great for rear design. The module’s largest element is the red Leica logo located in the upper left corner. It is also assigned at least three main camera layouts including a submerged Telephoto lens that supports 120x zoom.

Leica spokesperson said that they are investing in new Xiaomi products, which have been taking photos of Leica for over 100 years.


Xiaomi Mi 12 Ultra With Snapdragon 8+ Enters Production
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