Xiaomi 12T 5G series launch date tipped, see leaked teaser poster

Xiaomi 12T

The Xiaomi 12T and Xiaomi 12T Pro smartphones’ launch date has been revealed courtesy of a leaked teaser poster. Xiaomi is reportedly on the verge of launching two new smartphones under the 12T series. These include the base Xiaomi 12T and the 12T Pro. The global variant of the 12T Pro was spotted on the Geekbench website earlier this month.

Xiaomi 12T, Redmi Pad global launch

Moreover, the 12T 5G series smartphones made an appearance on online in a new Lunar Silver color option. So, it is safe to say that the 12T and the 12T Pro are coming to the market soon. However, details about the series launch date have been scarce. Now, a new Xiaomi 12T series teaser poster has popped up on the internet with key details.

Xiaomi 12T Series Launch Date

Notably, the leaked teaser poster hints at the Xiaomi 12T series’ launch date. The latest leak comes from tipster Abhishek Yadav. In his tweet, Abhishek shared a render of the teaser poster It suggests the Xioami 12T and 12T Pro smartphones will launch on October 4.

Furthermore, the teaser poster confirms the aforesaid event will start at 8 PM GMT+8. Also, the poster has the “Make moments mega” slogan mentioned on it. Regrettably, the poster does not divulge details about the upcoming devices. However, Abhishek claims Xiaomi is hosting the October 4 event to unveil the 12T series, Redmi Pad and TWS.

A report by MySmartPrice suggests the Xiaomi 12T Pro will feature a mammoth 200MP sensor on the back. Likewise, the base model will come with a 108MP primary rear-mounted sensor. Under the hood, the Pro could pack a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. The vanilla variant is likely to get a Dimensity 8100 SoC.

Xiaomi 12T 5G series Lunar Silver

Also, a 5000mAh battery with 120W fast charging support will reportedly power up the entire system. However, Xiaomi is still mum on its plan to launch the 12T series next month. Moreover, the company has neither confirmed nor denied these speculations. Nevertheless, the Chinese smartphone giant will be putting these rumors to rest in the coming days.

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