Future Xiaomi flagships will receive dual rear cameras with a total of 250 MP


The 200MP ISOCELL HP1 image sensor was introduced last week. At the same time, the company announced that it had already sent the first samples of sensors to manufacturers for testing. It was not said who was among those who are eyeing the new creation of the South Korean giant. But it was not difficult to guess that Xiaomi was among them.

There are already rumors on the net that the upcoming Xiaomi 12 will impress with a sensor with a record resolution. The well-known network insider Digital Chat Station confirmed this the other day. According to him, the Xiaomi 12 family will offer a model with a dual main camera, where a 200-megapixel module will act as the main one and will be helped by a 50-megapixel ultra-wide. The source also said that Xiaomi will continue to install 108MP and 64MP sensors in its mid-range and high-end smartphones.

Interestingly, the Xiaomi 12 will most likely impress the audience hungry for big numbers, while in the Ultra version they will prefer to rely on rationality, moderation, software and hardware quality. There are rumors that the Xiaomi 12 Ultra will be soloed by 50 megapixel sensors. Although there are those who claim that a 200 megapixel sensor will set the tone here too.

Another feature of the future devices of the Xiaomi 12 series may be super slow motion; with the ability to record video at 1920 frames per second. At this stage, the company is only testing this feature and there is no complete confidence that it will actually be implemented in future flagships.

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Xiaomi 11T smartphones will be launch on September 15

In its Twitter account, Xiaomi has confirmed the release date of the new 11T flagship smartphone series; the premiere will take place on September 15. At the same time, the manufacturer additionally told users about some technical details of the devices; for example, from a series of rumors, some information about the Xiaomi 11T Pro goes into the category of confirmed data.

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It is known that the Xiaomi team has been preparing for a long time to release a new series of relatively affordable flagships. According to the popular YouTube channel The Pixel, the older model will receive an advanced Snapdragon 888 chipset, an OLED display with a 120 Hz refresh rate, and a 5000 mAh battery with 120 W charging (the latter was officially confirmed by Xiaomi on Twitter).

For comparison, the version of the previous generation Mi 10T Pro at one time received a 33 W charge; and a 144 Hz display, but only an LCD. The post on Twitter indirectly confirms Xiaomi’s abandonment of the Mi brand; the corresponding name is not available anywhere in the text.

insiders have also revealed the price of the 11T Pro – the smartphone will cost $ 570- $ 657. The Mi 10T Pro was not availabe in the US, and in Europe it cost the equivalent of $ 544. Considering the potential improvements, the new price may be quite reasonable. If the data is correct, the new product could become one of the cheapest smartphones on the flagship Snapdragon 888; approximately on par with the Realme GT.

According to reports, for a less paying audience, Xiaomi is preparing the 11T variants on the MediaTek chipset. We also expect it to receive an OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate.

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