An image has surfaced that purportedly shows the camera module of the Xiaomi 12T Pro, and the design is a familiar sight for Xiaomi fans.
It’s nearly identical to the Redmi K50 Extreme, which launched only in China, suggesting the global version of the 12T Pro phone will be a rebrand.
There is one key difference, though, and that’s the fact that the leaked image clearly shows the 200MP branding on the camera housing.
Since there are very few 200MP sensors on the market, it’s likely to be the Samsung Isocell HP1, which we first saw on the Motorola X30 Pro.
The Phonandroid article appears to have been taken down, but thankfully the image is still visible on the Twitter post above.
- 6.7″ 1.5k OLED
- 120Hz – Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC
- Rear Cam: 200MP + 8MP (UW) + 2MP (Macro)
- Front Cam: 20MP
- 8/12GB RAM
- 128/256GB Storage
- Android 12, MIUI 13
- 5,000mAh battery, 120W
- in-display FP
That’s a pretty impressive spec sheet, aside from the ever-present 2MP macro camera, which we’re tired of seeing on a lot of phones.
Otherwise, it looks like it will offer serious performance, fast charging and an impressive main camera.
With Xiaomi’s track record of competitive pricing, this could be a model to watch in the coming months.