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Alleged Xiaomi 12 Ultra, 12 Ultra Enhanced chipset and camera details emerge

Xiaomi introduced the Xiaomi Mi 11 in December last year. Later, the company introduced other models such as Mi 11 ProMi 11 Ultra, and Mi 11i with flagship specifications. Hence, it is speculated that the upcoming Xiaomi 12 series will include multiple flagship models. While the rumor mill has already tipped the existence of the Xiaomi 12 Ultra, a new report claims that this model could be accompanied by another device named the Xiaomi 12 Ultra Enhanced Edition.

Publication Xiaomiui.net reported that it has come across Xiaomi 12 Ultra and Xiaomi 12 Ultra Enhanced Edition devices in the Mi code. These models are said to be codenamed as Loki and Thor.

The publication has further learned through the Mi code that the Loki model is based on Thor, and the latter is based on Zeus. To those who are unaware, the Zeus model is expected to debut with the Xiaomi 12 Pro moniker in the Chinese market.

The Loki device has an L1A model number and is likely to debut in China with the Xiaomi 12 Ultra name. On the other hand, the Thor device’s model number is L1 and is expected to break cover with the Xiaomi 12 Ultra Enhanced Edition in the home market.

The publication added that the L1 model has an in-display camera. To recollect, Xiaomi announced the Xiaomi MIX 4 as its first phone with an in-display camera. Hence, it is likely that the L1 may debut as the Xiaomi MIX 5 and not 12 Ultra Enhanced Edition.

Multicamera mode of alleged Xiaomi 12 Ultra and 12 Ultra Enhanced Edition
Multicamera mode of alleged Xiaomi 12 Ultra and 12 Ultra Enhanced Edition

As far as the specs are concerned, it has been found that the alleged 12 Ultra and 12 Ultra Enhanced Edition will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 (aka Snapdragon 898) chipset. The Ultra models are expected to feature a 50-megapixel main camera, which could be the Samsung GN5 sensor. Both models also have a 48-megapixel camera with 2x zoom, a 48-megapixel camera with 5x zoom, and another 48-megapixel camera with 10x zoom.

The above-shown image, which gives a look at the multi-camera mode, suggests that both devices have a total of five cameras, which includes the front-facing snapper. It appears that both models will offer up to 120x zoom and 15x video zoom. It is speculated that the 12 Ultra models may remain exclusive to the Chinese market.

Source: www.gizmochina.com

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