A few days ago, Xiaomi officially confirms its cooperation with Leica to produce smartphones with premium cameras. From the reports so far, the first Xiaomi smartphone with a Leica camera will arrive in July. This smartphone will also be the first to come with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. A few hours ago, Lei Jun, the CEO of Xiaomi posted the smartphones he uses on Weibo. According to him, he often changes models. However, considering what a smartphone holds, many people are surprised why Lei Jun change smartphones so frequently.
Xiaomi CEO, Lei Jun reveals that he currently uses four smartphones from both the Xiaomi and Redmi brands. In fact, he is using all four smartphones at the same time, which also shocked many netizens. From the image, the smartphones that Lei Jun uses are Xiaomi 12, Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, Redmi Note 11T Pro, and Xiaomi Civi.
These four smartphones also represent the first echelon of Xiaomi’s industrial design. Especially this year’s Xiaomi 12 series, it made great progress. It successfully gets rid of the previous “straight man” design of the Xiaomi digital series.
However, the most conspicuous of them is the Mi 11 Ultra, the first super-cup flagship in Xiaomi’s history. The huge rear camera module is very attractive, and it also brings very good imaging performance.
It is worth noting that, according to the current revelations, the Xiaomi 12 Ultra will also continue the design of the super large camera module. It will also bring a leap-forward enhancement, which is worth looking forward to.
Xiaomi 12 Ultra price exposure
The delay in the launch of the Xiaomi 12 Ultra is due to some upgrades in the device to achieve perfection. There are reports that the Xiaomi 12 Ultra will have three colour options. The available colours include black, white and marble. As for the prices, the leak claims that this device will sell for the prices below
- 8GB + 256GB – 5999 yuan ($885)
- 12GB + 256GB – 6499 yuan ($959)
- 12GB + 512GB – 6799 yuan ($1,003)
- 16GB + 512GB – 7299 yuan ($1,077)
Comparing the price list above to the price of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, the first two versions of Xiaomi 12 Ultra are exactly the same. However, the 12GB + 512GB is 200 yuan ($30) cheaper. Furthermore, the 12 Ultra adds a new 16GB + 512GB “Emperor Edition”.
In terms of configuration, Xiaomi 12 Ultra comes with a 6.73-inch 2K 120Hz OLED screen (LTPO 2.0). This device is confirmed to use the SD8 Gen1+ SOC but there are conflicting reports regarding its front camera. While some report says that it will use a 48MP front camera, others say it will use a 32MP selfie shooter. Under the hood, this flagship smartphone will come with a 4900 mAh battery that supports 120W wired and 50W wireless fast charging.