The older Mi 11 Ultra smartphone has a real successor in the Xiaomi 12S Ultra. A look at the features, attributes, and other information regarding this phone.
At a Chinese event, Xiaomi displayed its most recent flagship series, the Xiaomi 12S. This time around, the Xiaomi 12S Ultra is the primary flagship product. Additionally, it is the legitimate replacement for the older Mi 11 Ultra smartphone. With Xiaomi adopting a brand-new, one-inch Sony IMX989 sensor, the phone receives a sizable camera module.
The camera module at the back is made to seem like a lens from a DSLR camera. The style pays homage to Xiaomi’s collaboration with German camera manufacturer Leica. The business has stated, however, that the 12S series would continue to be exclusive to the Chinese market. The Xiaomi PR teams also verified to us that this will be the case. Android Central was the source of the initial claim.
Given that Xiaomi also live-streamed the event on its international YouTube channel, this is unusual. All we currently know is that it is doubtful that the Xiaomi 12S Ultra would be made available in India and other markets. The Xiaomi 12S Ultra might yet be released in other markets, perhaps under a different brand or number line. However, as of right now, all of that is just conjecture, and we must wait for confirmation.
What’s new, features, and specifications for the Xiaomi 12S Ultra
Although Xiaomi claims the material is more durable than real leather, the Xiaomi 12S Ultra has a leather-like back. The product is being offered by the corporation in two color options: Classic Black and Verdant Green. The phone has a 6.73-inch AMOLED screen that supports HDR10+, HDR10, and Dolby Vision formats.
The resolution of this 2K monitor is 3200 x 1400, and the PPI is 522. Since this is an LTPO 2.0 (Low-temperature polycrystalline oxide) display, the maximum refresh rate is 120 Hz, and the refresh rate may vary automatically between 1Hz and 120Hz. Additionally, it is said to improve battery life. It boasts a maximum brightness of 1500 nits and a 360-degree ambient light sensor. Additionally, this 10-bit color display.
Like all other phones in the series, the Xiaomi 12S Ultra runs on the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. Additionally, it includes a brand-new 3D cooling system to guarantee superior temperatures and cooling when tackling more demanding jobs. The phone includes a 4860 mAh battery with 67W wired, 50W wireless, and 10W reverse wireless turbo charging capabilities. For added protection, it has Corning Gorilla Glass Victus on top.
Xiaomi 12S Ultra, specifications for the Xiaomi 12S Ultra, and India The color options for the Xiaomi 12S Ultra are Green and Black.
The phone is water and dust resistant to IP68 standards. It includes Harman/Kardon-tuned audio, immersive dual speakers, an X-axis linear motor, an IR remote control, and Bluetooth 5.2.
The Xiaomi 12S Ultra has a 50MP+ 48MP+48MP combination of cameras. The one-inch, 50MP Sony IMX 989 sensor that serves as the primary camera has optical image stabilization (OIS). This has an 8P aspherical lens, an IR light filter, and anti-glare lens coating as standard equipment. The ultra-wide 48MP camera has a 128-degree field of view and a 7MP lens. Night mode is supported by this camera.
There is a 120x telephoto zoom option available on the other 48MP camera. It also boasts OIS, Night mode, and a 5X optical zoom. The Xiaomi 12S Ultra can also record videos in 8K in addition to these features. The Xiaomi 12S Ultra has a 32MP front camera.
Additionally, the camera has two Leica-exclusive settings. The Leica Authentic Look and Leica Vibrant Look are the names of these. Leica also offers four specialty filters. Other features include HyperOIS, professional film recording, Xiaomi’s proprietary Al Image Solution, Profocus, and support for Dolby Vision HDR recording.
Cost of the Xiaomi 12S Ultra
Three variants of the Xiaomi 12S Ultra have been released. The base 8GB RAM+256GB storage configuration costs Yuan 5,999, which, after conversion, comes to almost Rs 70,000. The price of the 12GB RAM+256GB variant is Yuan 6,499, or approximately Rs 76,000 plus tax. The 12GB+512GB variant is the most expensive, costing CNY 6,999, or around Rs 82,000 plus conversion.
The 12 Pro, Xiaomi’s most recent flagship in India, debuted with a starting price of Rs 62,999. However, the business claims that the 12S series would initially only be available in China. If a Xiaomi 12S Ultra variant does come to India, be prepared to pay a premium for it.