|Main camera||5× Telephoto lens||Ultra wide angle lens||Front camera|
|Distinction||50 Mpx||48 Mpx||48 Mpx||32 Mpx|
|Focus/Range||23 mm||120 mm||128°||25 mm|
|Focus type||Dual Pixel PDAF, Laser AF||PDAF||Dual Pixel PDAF||fixed|
|Optical stabilization||again||again||it is||it is|
In addition to the impressive hardware, however, Xiaomi also enlisted the help of Leica, which brings two special filters into play: Leica authentic and Leica Vibrant. While the Leica Authentic is supposed to be based on traditional Leica color rendering, i.e. strong contrast and expressive color tones, Leica Vibrant images will usually be brighter with warmer tones. You can see a demo of these two modes below.
The phone supports up to 120x digital zoom, but it is no longer very usable. On the other hand, the five-fold optical zoom is a guarantee of quality – the images are pretty sharp and have a large amount of detail.
The 32MP selfie camera is a little disappointing compared to the other sensors. It’s not exactly bad, but it doesn’t offer auto-focus either, and the pictures it takes are just average. But the portrait mode looks great. As far as possible, it can very well separate the photographed object from the background and create an impressive bokeh effect.
In the case of night shots, the question arises as to whether it even makes sense to activate the manual night mode. Although it works competently, the automatically activated night mode will also serve just as well. We were also impressed by the night video, where you can also observe the advantages of the larger sensor, which lets in a lot more light.
Xiaomi 12S Ultra 4K 60 FPS night video
Xiaomi 12S Ultra 4K 30 FPS
Xiaomi 12S Ultra Full HD 30 FPS two shots
Xiaomi 12S Ultra 512+12 GB
|Dimensions||163,2 × 74,9 × 9 mm, 225 g|
|Display||AMOLED, 6,73″ (3 200 × 1 440 px)|
|Camera||50,3 Mpxvideo: 7 680 × 4 320 px, 30 FPS|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen1+, 1×3,2 GHz + 3×2,75 GHz + 4×2 GHz|
|Memory||RAM: 12 GBrepository: 512 GB, it is|
|Accumulator||4 680 mAh|