Xiaomi 12 Ultra will support 120W charging, have slightly larger battery, claims leakster

Peter, 08 February 2022

The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra was the first phone with 120W fast charging, but the Mi 11 Ultra dropped back to 67W. The newest Ultra will go back up to 120W, according to leakster Digital Chat Station, who revealed some details about the phone’s battery system.

The Xiaomi 12 Ultra will allegedly have a 4,860 mAh battery with 120W wired and 50W wireless charging support. That is a slightly larger battery than the 12 Pro (by 260 mAh) and the same charging capabilities.

Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra with its 120W wired and 50W  wireless chargers Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra with its 120W wired and 50W  wireless chargers
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra with its 120W wired and 50W wireless chargers

DCS had more to share about the phone, dropping some details about the screen – a 1440p+ Samsung AMOLED panel with a high refresh rate – and the camera. From what we’ve heard previously, the 12 Ultra will use the same camera hardware as the 11 Ultra, though with Leica branding and a new design.

Looks aside, the main camera will have a large 50 MP sensor (should be the 1/1.12” GN2 sensor), plus a 48 MP ultra wide and 48 MP telephoto (periscope lens).

Xiaomi has not yet acknowledged the 12 Ultra's existence and has not set a date for its unveiling. Also, the other models in the 12-series are yet to become available globally, so it may be a while before you see one in a store near you.

Source 1 | Source 2 (in Chinese) | Via


Reader comments

  • Ravik
  • 02 Mar 2022
  • CbD

I'm attracted to the prospect of this phone not going out of game even post 5 years, all the hardware in it.

  • Sheeesh
  • 22 Feb 2022
  • I@H

Hope the heating issues on 8 gen 1 will be solved already

I couldn't be happier than now with this info The phone is a rebranded mi 11 ultra with less stuff: Smaller battery No ip68 No rear display for camera and notification As hot as snap 888 (maybe even hotter with this new 8 gen 1 chip) ...

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