The Xiaomi 12 Ultra is likely to come with a 3D ToF camera and Surge C2 image signal processor


The Xiaomi 12 Ultra is likely to come with a 3D ToF camera and Surge C2 image signal processor

The Xiaomi 12 Ultra is likely to come with a 3D ToF camera and Surge C2 image signal processor

MIUI code review has revealed some specifications of the Xiaomi 12 Ultra camera module. According to the rumors, this smartphone will use the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 Plus chip. It is worth noting that Qualcomm plans to release Snapdragon 8 Gen1 Plus later. introduce this month; This time, instead of the 4-nanometer process, the processor of Samsung, with the 4-nanometer process. TSMC will be produced.

NotebookCheck Citing leaked screenshots of the MIUI code, the Xiaomi 12 Ultra is likely to be equipped with a 3D Time of Flight (ToF) camera. In theory, Xiaomi 12 Ultra will use this camera to improve the bokeh effect or measure the area and height and width of objects. In short, ToF cameras measure the depth and distance between them and a given object based on the given speed of light.

Xiaomi 12 Ultra will also use a 50-megapixel main camera and it is said that this camera is a Sony IMX989 will be equipped. In addition, the phone is said to be equipped with a 48MP periscope camera and a 48MP ultra-wide camera, both of which are likely to support optical image stabilization (OIS). The MIUI code matches the specs that Shadow_leak provided earlier.

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Furthermore, the source of this report claims that the Xiaomi 12 Ultra will use the Surge C2 Image Signal Processor (ISP). This product is likely to be launched to compete with the Vivo V1 Plus. Using the Surge C2 will make the processing power of the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 Plsu only focus on the main processing and graphics processing, and in fact, the Surge C2 will do the processing related to the image.

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