It was announced shortly after the Xiaomi 12S Ultra’s release that international markets would not be receiving the device. A recent report suggests that the Xiaomi 12S Ultra might actually go global.

THE XIAOMI 12S ULTRA COULD FINALLY BECOME GLOBAL. This information is not official or of the type, however it does come from a tip. Mukul Sharma has made the report. He merely stated that the phone might yet go global. He doesn’t appear to be quite certain about it.

As some of you are aware, Xiaomi’s flagship smartphone, the Xiaomi 12S Ultra, features a 1-inch sensor and Leica optics. The phone has received plaudits for its photography abilities on numerous occasions, and some users were upset to learn that it wouldn’t be available worldwide.

Advertisement The tipster says things might soon change, though. The Xiaomi 12S Ultra won’t be inexpensive, though, if it enters international markets. In China, the price range begins at CNY6,999 ($1.046). If it launches elsewhere, the price will undoubtedly be higher.

LEICA LENSES AND PHOTOGRAPHY STYLES ARE INCLUDED. However, there is no denying that the smartphone is a high-end model. On the back, it features that large, obtrusive camera island. Leica’s lenses and photographic techniques are integrated, and the back features vegan leather.

The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC powers the device, and Xiaomi offers both 8GB and 12GB RAM variants. There is a 6.73-inch, 120Hz LTPO2 AMOLED display included.

Advertisement With MIUI pre-installed on top of Android 12. Also incorporated are stereo speakers that have been adjusted by Harman Kardon. Unfortunately, despite the phone having three cameras on the back, there is no audio jack here.

The leader of the pack is a 50-MEGAPIXEL 1-INCH CAMERA SENSOR. This device has a main camera with a 50.3-megapixel resolution, which is the previously mentioned 1-inch sensor. The bundle also includes a 48-megapixel periscope telephoto camera and a 48-megapixel ultrawide camera.

The Xiaomi 12S Ultra has a 4,860mAh battery inside. The phone supports charging at 67 W by cable, 50 W via wireless, and 10 W via reverse wireless.

Advertisement Xiaomi will probably announce the device’s expansion into more markets in the near future. But we’re still unsure.

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