So far there have only been render images, now the first photos of the Xiaomi 12 Ultra are said to have appeared in China. They confirm a design dominated by the camera module, which also features the red Leica logo. There could be a surprise with the processor of the flagship.


Xiaomi 12 Ultra: The first photos confirm the design

After render images for the upcoming top smartphone Xiaomi 12 Ultra had already made the rounds, now it should be first photos from China confirm the design. The white variant of the mobile phone can be seen, which draws attention to itself with a prominent and double camera module on the back (source: MyDrivers).

This also confirms previous reports that Xiaomi is allowed to use the red logo of the German camera manufacturer Leica on the 12 Ultra for the first time since the start of the cooperation. Especially with the white version the logo stands out clearly.

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This is what the Xiaomi 12 Ultra looks like:

The back of the Xiaomi 12 Ultra. (Image source: MyDrivers)

According to Xiaomi, the cooperation with Leica should be more than just marketing. However, it remains to be seen how the cooperation will make itself felt in practice. total are four rear lenses expected. In addition to a main sensor (50 MP), an ultra wide angle and a periscope zoom should ensure the best photos and videos. Nothing is known about the fourth lens.

According to new rumors, the Xiaomi 12 Ultra wired with 120 watts, charge wirelessly with 50 watts. The battery itself could have a capacity of 4,860 mAh.

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Xiaomi 12 Ultra: surprise with the processor?

According to the current status, the Xiaomi 12 Ultra should Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 from Qualcomm be used – especially since there is hardly an alternative for flagships in the Android area. However, there are now reports that Xiaomi could use its own processor, the Surge P1, instead. However, there were similar rumors about the Xiaomi 12 Pro, which ultimately vanished into thin air.