Beijing, CHINA – November 26, 2021 – The year 2021 is near its end. Smartphone manufacturers are now plotting their smartphone release for 2022. And there is one company that loves to release its flagship phone before the end of the year or days after the end of the year. Well, I’m talking about Xiaomi. The company released its Xiaomi Mi 11 in the last days of December in China. While its global variant was released months after. This time around, since smartphone companies are muscling up each other to get the claim for being the first smartphone company to release the first-ever smartphone equipped with Snapdragon 898, Xiaomi decided to introduce the Xiaomi 12 on December 12 according to MyDrivers.
In addition, this makes sense because December 12 is the holiday season sale for all e-commerce—Shopee, Lazada, Alibaba, TMall, Amazon, and eBay—These e-commerces put every brand in the position to be known more and to get more sales. I mean who would not want to get their wallets empty just for the sake of Christmas?
Moreover, a recent rumor that the Xiaomi 12X might be unveiled alongside the Xiaomi 12 at the same event. However, don’t hold your breath for the Xiaomi 12 Ultra; it’ll almost probably arrive later, in 2022.
The Xiaomi 12 is claimed to include a curved screen with a selfie camera hole in the middle, a 120 Hz refresh rate, “2K” resolution, twin speakers, and a triple back camera system with a 50 MP primary sensor from Samsung or Sony. 120W rapid charging and an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor are two more features that might be included.
In case Xiaomi pushes through the rumor, we may expect the MIUI 13 to be pre-installed, and the software will almost certainly be unveiled at the same time. Although, wouldn’t it make more sense for the MIUI 13 announcement to be made a day later? That is, while we’re tinkering with statistics.