Xiaomi 12 Ultra 3D Concept Renders Show a Bold New Camera Design, with Quad Rear Cameras Most Likely

The Xiaomi 12 Ultra, the Chinese smartphone brand's rumored high-end handset, is expected to hit the market soon, along with other Xiaomi 12 series phones. Although the phone has yet to be officially confirmed by the company, some 3D concept renders of the device have appeared online. A completely redesigned camera system can be seen in the renders. The Xiaomi 12 Ultra is expected to have a 120Hz refresh rate and a 20-megapixel selfie camera built into the display. The Mi 11 Ultra is expected to be replaced by the upcoming handset.

Tipster Parvez Khan (aka Technizo Concept) collaborated with LetsGoDigital to share 3D concept renders of the rumored Xiaomi 12 Ultra (in Dutch). The upcoming Xiaomi phone, according to the report, will have a round-shaped camera module. The phone is expected to have a quad-camera setup on the back. If true, this would be a significant improvement over the triple rear camera setup of its predecessor. A 48-megapixel primary sensor, as well as an ultra-wide-angle camera and a periscopic telephoto zoom camera, are likely to be included in the new camera module. 5x optical zoom, 10x hybrid zoom, and 120x digital zoom are expected to be supported by the sensors.

Two main sensors are seen in the concept images arranged in the center and on the left, while one camera appears to be on the top of the circle. At the bottom, there is a triple LED flash.

According to the report, the Xiaomi 12 Ultra will have a 6.8-inch QHD+ AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. It'll almost certainly come with a hole-punch display. Other expected features of the upcoming Xiaomi 12 Ultra include an under-display fingerprint sensor, 2D face unlock, stereo speakers, and IP68 dust and water resistance certification. Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is said to power the device. It is also expected to have a 5,000mAh battery.

However, because Xiaomi has yet to reveal any information about the device, all of these details should be taken with a grain of salt.