The Xiaomi 12 Ultra is expected to launch next month, and become the first smartphone with the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 processor. As we wait for that launch event, a Xiaomi 12 Ultra concept smartphone appeared, with two displays, and Leica cameras.
This is just a third-party design provided by Letsgodigital and Technizo Concept. The real device may resemble this phone to an extent, of course. Just do note that this is not a leak or anything of the sort.
This Xiaomi 12 Ultra concept has two displays
If you take a look at the gallery and video below the article, you’ll get to see the device in question. It features a curved display with really thin bezels, and a centered display camera hole.
Xiaomi’s branding is placed on the back, and this phone’s build has been envisioned as a combo between metal and glass. Leica branding is visible next to the rear cameras, and the secondary display lies next to it as well.
The entire camera housing protrudes a lot on the back, to say the least. This is just a concept device, but this is one of the most aggressive camera protrusions we’ve seen on a phone.
All the physical keys are placed on the right-hand side of the device. A 3.5mm headphone jack is missing, but there is a Type-C USB port included at the bottom, along with the main speaker.
The real Xiaomi 12 Ultra will look a bit different, but it may include Leica cameras
The Xiaomi 12 Ultra is rumored to include Leica branding, so Xiaomi may announce its partnership with Leica soon. The device will come with top-of-the-line specs, and unlike its predecessor, it won’t have the “Mi” branding. Xiaomi decided to ditch that branding.
You can expect LPDDR5 RAM to be included inside this phone, and the same goes for UFS 3.1 flash storage. A large battery will also be included, and a periscope camera will sit on the back.
It remains to be seen what main camera will Xiaomi use, though. Will it go with a 108-megapixel unit, or use a smaller, but more compelling sensor. This phone will also support crazy fast charging, we just don’t know how fast yet. That goes for both wired and wireless charging.