Redmi Note 12 is coming soon with a 50 MP camera and 120 W charging

Redmi Note 12

We have a new leak from the Digital Chat Station insider, which is a reliable source of information on the mobile device industry. The Redmi Note 12, one of the most awaited mid-range Xiaomi smartphones, is currently close to being released at the end of the year on the Chinese market and maybe in the first quarter of next year in global markets.

The 50 MP primary camera, 120 W quick battery charging mechanism, and charger that comes with the device are the smartphone’s standout features. We should note that that these features should be available in the Chinese edition of the Android smartphone. And must be added to the global (international) version as well.

Redmi Note 12 has begun to disclose its secrets

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According to the insider, the smartphone would continue to have a rectangular design and straight edges. Similar to the Redmi Note 11 generation of current models. Additionally, it will have a flat-screen with sharp edges and a hole in the center for the front camera. Users will also discover one of its most valuable features, a 50 MP wide-angle primary camera.

We will also have a second, 2 MP macro camera to finish the alignment along with an 8 MP ultra-wide-angle camera. Although it appears that the brand will use new sensors, the resolution essentially stays the same through generations.

The Redmi Note 12 will include fast charging at 120 W. A feature the company aims to make popular with its mid-range smartphones. So, in 2023, it will serve as one of the brand’s innovations. By the way, this feature is already present in the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ smartphone.

The USB charger and adapter will be available in the box. So that the user may start using the mobile device’s useful feature right away. The USB cable, which is often thicker to handle this maximum power amount, operates similarly. With a 20-minute full charge time, the new Redmi Note 12 will provide customers greater flexibility.

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1 Comment

  1. September 11, 2022

    my 2.5 year-old xiaomi 10 ultra has a 120W charger. Not so much of an innovation. But it’s an excellent feature.