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Xiaomi Mi 12 Ultra – You Have to See THIS!

The DSLR killer is coming? What’s up guys? We have the first look at the Xiaomi Mi Twelve Ultra, the phone that’s going to produce the closest image to an actual DSLR. I am not saying this. Some of the most trusted leaksters in the game have released the groundbreaking image quality expectations from this monster camera setup on the back of the Mii Ultra, which is going to be the Sony IMX 800 sensor. Even Sony recently said that the smartphone cameras could beat DSLR by 2024.

The latest Sony IMX 800 on the Me Twelve Ultra will show us the glimpse of how close we are to that level. Guys, do not sleep on this phone as this may very well be the true ultra flashy smartphone of 2022. What you’re looking at right now is the official CAD based factory design of the Xiaomi Mi Twelve Ultra and it’s actually very, very accurate to the final deal. Just like last year’s Mi Eleven Ultra. Xiaomi just went all out with the look of this phone, giving it the most ridiculous, monstrous smartphone camera look ever.

Xiaomi Mi 12 Ultra - You Have to See THIS!
Xiaomi Mi 12 Ultra – You Have to See THIS!

We’ve got a black camera bump with the Leica branding and then we have a circle that consists of almost eight sensors. Right in the middle system is the biggest Sony smartphone sensor in the history, which is going to be the IMX 800. Then we have dual Periscope lenses which we don’t even see on the S 32 Ultra. If you don’t know, the SRE two Ultra only has one Periscope lens and one standard threex Zoom lens, whereas this thing is offering a proper dual Periscope lens system so it can actually Zoom up to 20 times. There’s another sensor on the left hand side which looks almost as big as the main sensor. I think is probably going to be the Ultra widening a lens. Clearly this thing is looking absolutely insane.

As to the front, it looks very similar to last year’s Mi Eleven Ultra Galaxy S 21 Ultra. We’re going to see the best quality Samsung OLED display with 120 Hz LTPO refresh rate technology. Pretty much the latest smartphone display tech on this phone. We don’t know the camera specs of the front camera, but I believe it’s going to have some really high megapixel count. Now the Metro Ultra will beat Galaxy S 20 Ultra when it comes to the performance, no doubt about that. And of course efficiency because it’s going to come with the latest Snapper again.

Eight plus Gen one chip Esther and Ultra was announced way earlier in the year, so there’s not going to be any refresh to this phone with the newer chip. As we know, Samsung is currently focusing on the Galaxy Z series, so the SRE Ultra is stuck with the Snapper again agents one. It will also rock a huge battery of up to 5000 million pool. At least the phone is said to be about 234 grams, which is not that heavy considering how it looks and yeah, I’m just so excited to see the full potential of this camera setup. The Sony IMX 800 sensor and of course possibly the most impressive Zoom on any smartphone.

Thanks to having the two proper Periscope lenses. Xiaomi has also partnered with Leica to fine tune these big camera sensors to produce the best quality image. As we know Xiaomi isn’t the best when it comes to the color reproduction. Along with that Lyca will probably offer the state of the art lenses for these camera sensors. Like I said do not sleep on Xiaomi. This is seriously the most impressive camera system on the phone. On paper. I can’t wait to see the official announcement of this phone happening in the month of July. Hopefully I’ll be able to get my hands on this phone so we can get some incredible content going on but let me know what you think about the me twelve ultra in the comments section below. I am genuinely excited for this phone.


Ajmal Solangi is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and reviews. He likes tech news, mobile unboxing, reviews, gadgets, and more.

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