Back in December, Chinese manufacturer, Xiaomi, released its latest Xiaomi 12 series. However, at the time, the company only released the Xiaomi 12, 12 Pro, and 12X. The high-end Xiaomi 12 Ultra is still under wraps. If we follow the release schedule of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, the company should release the Xiaomi 12 Ultra this month. While we wait for the official launch of this smartphone, there is some new information about this device. The Xiaomi 12 Ultra will succeed Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra and become Xiaomi’s new generation camera flagship.
According to a recent report, the Xiaomi 12 Ultra will come with a triple rear camera setup. The reports so far claim that there will be a 50MP super-large bottom main camera. In addition, this device will also come with a 48MP periscope telephoto lens as well as a 48MP super wide-angle camera. However, the new information is that the main camera of this smartphone may be a Sony sensor.
Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra uses a Samsung GN2 sensor
As we all know, the main camera of the previous generation’s flagship Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is Samsung GN2. This sensor has a 1/1.12-inch ultra-large bottom, a single-size pixel reaches 1.4μm, and a four-in-one can achieve a 2.8μm fusion super-large pixel. This is the largest image at the time. sensor. Not only that, Samsung GN2 also supports Dual Pixel Pro for the first time, and with the support of HDR, Smart ISO, Smart ISO Pro, and other technologies, it can greatly improve the brightness of night scenes, which can be called night vision.
Now Xiaomi 12 Ultra may switch to Sony image sensors. The newly released Xiaomi Mi 12 Pro uses Sony’s new generation image sensor IMX707 (the previous generation Mi 11 Pro used Samsung GN2), so it is not ruled out that Xiaomi Mi 12 Ultra uses Sony sensors possible.
In addition, the Xiaomi 12 Ultra will debut an imaging system built by Xiaomi and Leica. As we all know, Leica has cooperated with Huawei, and since then, the Chinese manufacturer has the most classic “German flavor” in the field of mobile phones. Through this cooperation, Huawei has skyrocketed in the field of photography. At the same time, Huawei has enhanced its brand influence and successfully established itself in the ultra-high-end mobile phone market.
Now with the help of Leica, Xiaomi 12 Ultra will just like its predecessor dominate the DxOMark list. This will be Xiaomi’s “Light of Android in 2022”. The industry expectation is that this device will be official in Q2 this year.