but uncovered its latest list of high-end smartphones and smartphones. The Xiaomi 12 Series, currently available in China, includes two major smartphones: Xiaomi 12 and Xiaomi 12 Pro.
All of these are some of the first tools to drive on Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset and boasts LPDDR5 RAM. Xiaomi 12 has a 4,500mAh battery, while the 12 Pro has what the company claims is a 120W cell battery, 4,600mAh. Xiaomi is said to offer an additional 400mAh capacity for cell-phone batteries without increasing its size.
The standard rear cameras include Sony’s 50MP IMX766 as a main camera, 13MP Ultra-wide angle lens and 5MP telemacro sensor. The 12 Pro, meanwhile, has a new Sony IMX707 sensor, a larger 115-degree view camera and a 2x photographic camera. All three sensors are 50MP, while the main camera supports 49 percent more light than the old model, according to Xiaomi.
Xiaomi noted that Night Mode is available on both devices, which claim to have a camera that works well on low screens. The company says it is introducing a new computer imaging system, which claims to improve shutter speed and shutter speed.
Xiaomi 12 has a 6.28-inch flexible OLED display with 2,400 × 1,080 resolution, 1,100 nits of lightness and 120Hz brightness. 12 Pro offers a 6.73-inch AMOLED screen with 3,200 x 1,440 resolution and 1,500 nits brightness. Xiaomi says the show uses state-of-the-art microscopic lenses, which they claim support “visualization and enhance energy-saving capabilities.” Both devices are supported by HDR10 + and Dolby Vision.
On the audio side, both handsets have symmetrical speakers with Dolby Atmos support. 12 Pro comes with pre-woofer preferences and tweeter.
The devices will go on sale on December 31, starting at RMB 3,699 (approximately $ 580) for Xiaomi 12 and RMB 4,699 (approximately $ 738) for Xiaomi 12 Pro. The company also said it would release the cheapest version of Xiaomi 12 the same day. Xiaomi 12X has a Snapdragon 870 chipset and starts at RMB 3,199 ($ 500).
The phones will use MIUI 13, an OS based on Android 12 which will be coming back to the Mi 11 series of phones, Xiaomi 11T and other phones and . Xiaomi’s smart watches, speakers and TVs will also use the OS to help integrate the environment. The Mi Smart Hub feature allows users to share features such as screenshots, music and apps and a number of nearby devices using simple hands.
In addition, Xiaomi unveiled its latest smartwatch. The Xiaomi Watch S1 features a 1.43-inch AMOLED screen with sapphire crystal and stainless steel frame. It provides comprehensive health statistics and supports 117 types of exercise. The device also has a 5ATM water resistant. Xiaomi says the device has a battery life of 12 days and up to 24 days of standby time.
Like the new phones, the Xiaomi Watch S1 is available in China right now. It starts at RMB 1,099 ($ 172).
The latest is the Xiaomi Buds 3, which has dual-magnetic dynamic drivers. Earphones offer up to 40dB of noise barrier and three types of noise control. Xiaomi says owners will play up to seven hours on the same price and up to 32 hours spent on a payroll charge. Xiaomi Buds 3 will cost RMB 449 ($ 70).
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