Earlier, Xiaomi released three mobile phones equipped with Snapdragon 8+ and Leica lens group in one breath. Among them, photography enthusiasts are most concerned about the works, most of which are the flagship model Xiaomi 12S Ultra equipped with a 1-inch sensor IMX989 for the first time.
Xiaomi 12S Ultra has a large camera module occupying the upper half of the machine back and a luxurious 23K gold-plated cast lens ring. 13mm focal length 48 million super wide-angle lens, with 5x optical (equivalent to 120mm focal length), 120x zoom 48 million OIS periscope telephoto, and provides 64-point dToF, dual flash, and Leica color mode, filter effects, and master Useful shooting features such as lens packs, 8K video and Dolby Vision video recording.
In terms of body performance, Xiaomi 12S Ultra equipped with Snapdragon 8+ has IP68 water and dust resistance body, and the screen also uses a 6.73-inch E5 AMOLED screen, which supports 2K resolution, LTPO 2.0 dynamic refresh rate and other technologies. The device provides a 4,860mAh battery with a DOU test of 1.24 days of battery life. In addition, the phone is also equipped with Harman Kardon tuned stereo speakers, 67W flash charging, 50W wireless flash charging and other top-level configurations.
The Xiaomi 12S Ultra is available in classic black and fir green with imitation cowhide textured leather body, and the National Bank provides three storage configurations, 8+256, 12+256 and 12+512, at RMB 5,999 (approximately HK$7,030), Priced at RMB 6,499 (approximately HK$7,620) and RMB 6,999 (approximately HK$8,210).
At present, the Xiaomi 12S Ultra National Bank version has been opened for pre-sale in China and will be officially launched on Friday (July 8). As for the release details in Hong Kong, according to earlier rumors, the Xiaomi 12S Ultra seems to only have a national version, unlike Xiaomi 12S/12S Pro, which will have an international version of the derivative model; however, as usual, the first batch of 12S Ultra will be available, or as soon as early next week. Can appear on the streets of Hong Kong.
Source: Xiaomi (China)