On October 4, the Xiaomi 12T series will be released. Before the major announcement, CEO Lei Jun confirmed on Twitter that the main camera will have a 200MP sensor, which is a significant improvement over the 12S series. According to the most recent reports, we anticipate that only the Xiaomi 12T Pro will receive the enormous sensor, with the normal Xiaomi 12T having to make due with a 108MP main camera.
Samsung’s HP1 sensor, a 1/1.22″ imager with an f/1.69 aperture, Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF), and optical image stabilization, is said to be used by the Xiaomi 12T Pro (OIS). The HP1 sensor offers 16-1 pixel binning in a range of resolutions, including natively at 200MP, 50MP stills (1.28 m pixels), and 12.5MP stills with a 2.56 m pixel pitch.MP (0.64μm pixels) depending on your needs.
The same 200MP sensor is used in the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra, which we reviewed not too long ago and found to deliver great detail preservation and color in both day and night shots. The rest of the rumored specs for the Xiaomi 12T series include 6.67” AMOLED displays with 1,220 x 2,712px resolution, 5,000mAh batteries with 120W fast charging, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset for the 12T Pro, and MediaTek’s Density 8100 for the Xiaomi 12T.