Xiaomi could soon launch the Xiaomi 12 Ultra with Leica branded cameras and a unique design. Just the other month, the brand announced its strategic partnership with the German camera brand Leica and revealed the results of their combined efforts could see the daylight in July 2022. And now we have stumbled upon purported live images of this so-called Xiaomi 12 Ultra phone thanks to a Twitter user named Shadow_Leak. The photos showcase a ginormous camera hump and towards the top right corner lies a Leica logo. 

Xiaomi 12 Ultra First Look  pic.twitter.com/PmhQqEXKAG

— Sam (@Shadow_Leak) June 17, 2022

Besides the images, here’s everything else we have gathered about the phone.

Xiaomi 12 Ultra Specs and Features (Expected)

Xiaomi 12 Ultra live images

From the newly leaked photos, Xiaomi 12 Ultra’s design highlight seems to be its rear camera panel. The bump appears to be very prominent. But, this isn’t our first look at Xiaomi 12 Ultra live images. What’s new is that the Leica logo is now present on the top right corner while it was on the bottom left corner.

The Xiaomi-Leica partnership is said to contribute “unprecedented in-depth collision and fusion in optical design, aesthetic orientations, image preferences, and innovative technologies,” according to Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun. 

The marketing talk aside, we don’t know how involved Leica would be in tuning the Xiaomi phone cameras. 

Xiaomi 12 Ultra previous design

Xiaomi 12 Ultra as per the previous design leak 

As for the actual sensors, the real setup is rumoured to house a 50MP (w/ OIS) primary camera, a 48MP periscope telephoto shooter, and a 48MP ultrawide snapper.

The other specs speculations include Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 SoC, a 5000mAh battery, a 120W fast charging, and a 6.73-inch 2K 120Hz Samsung AMOLED display.

That’s what we know so far about the upcoming Xiaomi flagship. But, take them with a pinch of salt.

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