Xiaomi is planning an Android smartphone that will set new standards

Xiaomi Mi 11 (Image source: GIGA)

What Samsung wants to implement in the upcoming Galaxy S22 Ultra, Xiaomi has of course been able to do for a long time. In the next flagship smartphone, a camera is to be used that could take photography with the mobile phone to a new level.

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Xiaomi Mi 12 Ultra expected with a 200 MP camera

Just yesterday we reported that Samsung would like to install a 200 MP camera in the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The South Korean company would have run away from the competition. So far, 108 MP sensors are the maximum that has been built into smartphones – from Samsung and Xiaomi. The duel goes into a new round. If Samsung can install a 200 MP camera in the Galaxy S22 Ultra, then of course the Xiaomi in the Mi 12 Ultra can too. There is supposed to be also the 200 MP sensor used (source: Weibo via GSMAerna).

The big question is which of the two companies will introduce a smartphone with a 200 MP sensor first. The Xiaomi Mi 11 was unveiled in China in December 2020. If the Chinese company sticks to the schedule, it could Wed 12 in December 2021 will be the first smartphone with this camera. Samsung wants to introduce the Galaxy S22 series in January 2022. For Germany, Wed 11 was only announced in February 2021. So there could be an interesting duel between the two manufacturers.

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Xiaomi is also planning cheaper smartphones

In addition to the Xiaomi Mi 12, the Chinese company is also planning a Redmi Note 11 and Note 11 Pro, which will be technically upgraded in order to be able to continue to conquer the middle class. There, the image quality of the main camera should be improved by a larger sensor. In addition, stronger processors should be used. However, further details are still missing. Xiaomi would with it strong alternatives to the Galaxy A52 and A72 from Samsung on the market that are selling so well that the Galaxy A52 is currently hard to get.

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