The Xiaomi 12 was launched in China some weeks ago, but the Chinese’s brand has said that they are launching this 12 series globally. This series include three models: the standard Xiaomi 12, the larger version 12 Pro and the more wallet-friendly option called the 12X. The mobile fabricant has promises “huge features with a fairly modest price tag” in the three models. The brand has said that “the 12 series are not quite as strong but still deliver some impressive specs”.
The standard version of the 12 series has a 6.28-inch display, a 4,500mAh battery, a less powerful main snapper than the other versions, a 13MP ultrawide sensor, and a macro lens replacing the 2x zoom lens. The 12 and 12 Pro are powered by Qualcomm’s brand-new Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor. The 12 X has more or less the same specs as the standard version, except it has less powerful processor, packs the less powerful Snapdragon 870, so it means the 12 X is the worst and cheaper version of this series.
The most special version is the Pro version, it has 6.73-inch, high-resolution AMOLED display, with support for a high-refresh-rate. That means all the pixels on this mammoth of the screen will be buttery smooth. A 4,600mAh battery and support for fast-charging, it also supports fast wireless charging, and has a feature for reverse wireless charging. The camera has a 50MP main snapper, a 50MP ultrawide, and a 50MP 2x zoom camera, the smartphone certainly boasts a high pixel count, and the sensors run on some Sony’s most powerful mobile offerings, and also a 32MP selfie-cam.
This version can be bought on the Xiaomi’s web from now. The price of each version is: the 12X for $649, the standard 12 for $749, and the 12 Pro for $999.