Xiaomi 12 Series

Late last year Xiaomi introduced the Xiaomi 12 Series in China. Now almost 3 months later Xiaomi is bringing them to the global market.

The 12 series consists of Xiaomi 12 pro, Xiaomi 12X, and the Xiaomi 12. The three phones share the same design language and are an upgrade from the Mi 11 series.

The three phones come in different sizes, colors, and specs.

Xiaomi 12 Series

Xiaomi 12 Pro

Xiaomi 12 Pro comes with the new processor from Qualcomm the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 with either 8 or 12GB RAM. It packs a 4600mAh battery with 120-watt fast charging and 50W wireless charging.

It has 6.7 inches 120Hz 1440p OLED (1440 x 3200 pixels) with corning gorilla victus.  At the back, it houses a 50MP Main Camera, a 50MP Ultrawide, 50MP 2x telephoto, and 32MP selfie camera.

it also comes with a pair of stereo speakers tuned by Harman Kardon, there is no headphone jack and support for expandable storage.

The starting price is $999.

Xiaomi 12

The Xiaomi 12 also comes with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 with either 8 or 12GB RAM. It has a slightly smaller battery than the Pro with 4500 mAh. It has a charging speed of 67W and 50W wireless.

The display is 6.2 inches (1080 x 2400 pixels) with a 120HZ refresh rate and corning gorilla glass victus.

The triple camera setup consists of 50MP wide,13MP ultrawide, and 5MP telephoto. At the front is a 32MP selfie camera.

Just like the pro, no expandable storage or a headphone jack.

It starts at $749

Xiaomi 12X

The internal of the Xiaomi 12X is different since it comes with a different processor the Snapdragon 870.  But it has a 6.2-inch display just like the Xiaomi 12.

Xiaomi 12X display has a 120Hz refresh rate (1080 x 2400 pixels) with corning gorilla glass Victus.

It’s powered by a 4500mAh battery fast charging at 67W but there is no indication of wireless charging.

Just like the other two 12 series members, it has a triple camera setup,50 MP wide,13 MP ultrawide, and 5 MP telephoto. It also retains the same 32MP selfie camera.

Xiaomi 12 series phones have many similarities and a few differences but it comes down to a personal taste.

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