Not long ago, at the press conference of Snapdragon 888 Plus, Qualcomm accidentally revealed that the terminal with a built-in Qualcomm x65 baseband will be officially launched at the end of this year. As the built-in baseband of the next-generation chip is “sm8450” (tentatively Snapdragon 895), this means that the first Snapdragon 895 model will be released in the coming months.
The Snapdragon 895 may be launched by Xiaomi’s next-generation flagship “Mi 12”. As the flagship product of Xiaomi’s 12th anniversary, this machine should be also named 12. Likely, it will be officially released in December.
According to today’s news, the Samsung Galaxy S22 series, which was previously rumored to come with a 200-megapixel main camera, will continue to polish the 100-megapixel HM3. Moreover, the first release of the 200-megapixel lens will fall on Xiaomi.
Based on previous news, the Xiaomi Mi 12 Ultra, as the next-generation top-level imaging flagship, will assume the task of launching a 200-megapixel main camera.
In addition to the 200 –megapixel CMOS, this sensor will have a native 1-inch ultra-large bottom, which is currently the largest in the industry. At the same time, it will also support the 16-in-one pixel technology.
This means that on the basis of the original 1-inch outsole, the sensor will once again improve the amount of light and image capture capabilities, which will bring top-level shooting effects during the day and night shooting.
The new Xiaomi Mi 12 will sport an under-screen camera. Undoubtedly, it will use Xiaomi’s third-gen technology that can effectively improve the screen shadow in the camera area and truly hide the front camera completely.
At the same time, the Mi 12 series will also be upgraded to an LTPO adaptive refresh rate screen. The latter can realize the adaptive refresh rate adjustment function of 1-120Hz. Switching according to the usage scenarios, it will lower the power consumption.
In addition, the charging of this device will reach 120W for wired charging and 100W for wireless charging.