Perhaps the most important product for Xiaomi will be the Xiaomi 12 Ultra. It will be an expensive and maximally “stuffed” gadget with technologies. Of course, there will be a second generation of a “fold-like” device, but this is more of an experiment and only a demonstration that innovations are not alien to Xiaomi. The task of the Xiaomi 12 Ultra is to stand on a par with other giants in the flagship segment, and perhaps even surpass them.
At the moment, the company does not name the release date of Xiaomi 12 Ultra, but the well-known insider Mukul Sharma is ready to name the time of its release. According to him, the flagship will debut in China in May this year, and later enter the global market. Unfortunately, he did not give a specific date for the announcement. How accurate he is in his forecast, we will find out in the last month of spring. There is evidence that the company could postpone the release of Xiaomi 12 Ultra to the second half of the year.
The Xiaomi 12 Ultra is said to offer a 120Hz QuadHD+ AMOLED display, a 5,000mAh battery with 120W wired fast charging, and support for wireless charging. Rumor has it that the flagship will be based on the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus.
Here’s the release time of the upcoming Xiaomi 12 Ultra smartphone
One of the main features of Xiaomi 12 Ultra will be the camera. The role of the main sensor will be the latest Sony IMX800 sensor at 50 megapixels with a size of 1 inch. It should be assisted by a 48MP ultra-wide lens and a 48MP telephoto lens with 5x optical zoom. To offer one of the best cameras on the market, Leica optics can be available here.
The Chinese company Xiaomi, whose main activity is the development and production of smartphones, electronics and home appliances; has published financial results for 2021. During the reporting period, the company’s adjusted profit increased to $3.46 billion; which indicates an increase of 69.5% compared to the figure for 2020.
Also, adjusted profit for the fourth quarter of 2021 reached $702 million, up 40% from the same three-month period in 2020. Quarterly earnings came in above analysts’ expectations of $660 million.
According to the report, Xiaomi’s sales in the fourth quarter of 2021 increased by 21% to $13.5 billion. Annual revenue increased by 33.5% to $51.65 billion. Along with the announcement of financial results, Xiaomi announced a buyback of shares in the amount of at $1.3 billion.