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Xiaomi 12: Price, release date, technicals, and all you need to know about the phone

Xiaomi will launch at the end of the year its new Xiaomi 12, 12 Pro and 12 Ultra, which will be the first smartphones to be equipped with Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 898 chip. This generation which promises big improvements compared to the previous year, here is what to expect.

Like last year, Xiaomi plans to launch three smartphones equipped with the next Snapdragon 898 chip. With its Xiaomi 12, 12 Pro and 12 Ultra , the Chinese manufacturer should once again shake up its competitors in the premium segment.

The Chinese manufacturer is expected to unveil its new Xiaomi 12 in December 2021 . Xiaomi unveiled its Mi 11 last December, just after Qualcomm’s presentation of the Snapdragon 888. According to information from the Ice Universe leaker, the schedule should not be different this year .

The Xiaomi 12 Pro and 12 Ultra should arrive a little later, as was the case last year. We will probably have to wait until the first quarter of 2022 to see the most high-end versions arrive. In some places, all models will have to wait until 2022.
At the moment, we have no information regarding the price of the Xiaomi 12, but we imagine that it will not be very different from the previous generation . As a reminder, here are the prices at which Xiaomi had marketed its Mi 11 in China, as well as their prices in France.

Price in China

Xiaomi Mi 11: from 3999 yuan (539 euros) (256,054 Naira)

Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro: from 4999 yuan (674 euros) (320,119 Naira)

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra: from 5,999 yuan (809 euros) (384,325 Naira)
The Xiaomi 12 shouldn’t be very different from the Xiaomi Mi 11. We should again find a glass design protected by Gorilla Glass Victus on both sides, and perhaps a ceramic back on the more expensive version, the Xiaomi. 12 Ultra. The smartphone will also rely again on stereo speakers placed on the upper and lower edges .

At the moment, it is not really clear what the Xiaomi 12 looks like, but the smartphone has already been spotted in the metro in Shenzhen at the end of October. It was obviously protected by a special shell that camouflages its design, but it seems that Xiaomi decided to move the punch to the center of the screen, rather than leaving it in the upper left corner like on the Mi 11. The Xiaomi 12 will therefore not be entitled to a camera under the screen , unlike the Xiaomi MIX 4.
This year, Xiaomi will finally align with its competitors by using LTPO (low-temperature polycrystalline oxide thin-film transistor) technology on its flagships. As a reminder, this technology saves battery energy by dynamically adapting the frequency of the screen from 10 Hz to 120 Hz depending on the content that is displayed. It would allow a gain of autonomy of about 15%.

The Xiaomi 12 should continue to use a 6.81-inch QHD + display , but this time the latter will benefit from Samsung’s even more energy-efficient OLED E5 technology .
The Xiaomi 12 will be the first smartphone to use the new Snapdragon 898 chip that Qualcomm will present in early December at the Snapdragon Tech Summit in Hawaii. For now, the chip is known by its model number SM8450 and its code name “Waipo”. It will be the first chip to be engraved in 4 nm , and Samsung will take care of production.

On the battery side, the Xiaomi 12 is expected to use a battery of at least 5000mAh , as is the case with the Xiaomi 11T Pro. . Autonomy should be up, especially thanks to improvements to the screen and the processor.

The battery will likely be compatible with 120W wired charging on all models , since the manufacturer introduced it this year on the 11T Pro. It will charge the smartphone in just twenty minutes.

Wireless charging will also be part of the game with a power of at least 50 W on the Xiaomi 12 , and at least 67 W on the Pro and Ultra models. Smartphones will also offer reverse wireless charging to charge your accessories, and this should be limited to 10W.
Like every year, Xiaomi is racing for megapixels again. Indeed, we know that the Xiaomi 12 should be the first smartphone to use the new 200 MP Samsung ISOCELL HP1 sensor. The latter offers tiny individual pixels of 0.64 microns, but can also capture snapshots in 50 MP (combined pixels of 1.28 microns) thanks to pixel-binning technology. It will be accompanied by two other still unknown sensors.

The Xiaomi 12 UItra should bet on huge sensors rather than racing for megapixels, which will delight users who take a lot of night photos. We should find three cameras of 50 MP each at the back , including a GN2 main sensor already present on the Xiaomi 11 Ultra , a GN5 ultra-wide-angle and a GN5 periscope allowing a 5X optical zoom . So it will probably again be one of the most interesting configurations of 2022.

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