After renewing its line of intermediate models, Xiaomi should soon present a new entry-level device, the Redmi 12. The smartphone had been published briefly on the official website of Xiaomi Portugal, but the page was deleted.
As noted by Kacper Skrzypek, known as @kacskrz on Twitter, and later shared by the WinFuture website, the smartphone had its page published ahead of time on Xiaomi’s official website in Portugal. Thus, in addition to its design, all its technical specifications have also been anticipated.
Visually, the model will take some inspiration from the brothers in the Redmi Note 12 series, with flat lines across its body and three loose-lens cameras directly on the back cover. In addition, at the front, it should adopt a centralized hole for the front camera, with thin edges around the panel. The smartphone will apparently be sold in black, white and blue colors.
It should be presented with a 6.79-inch IPS LCD screen with Full HD+ resolution (2,460×1,080 pixels) and 90 Hz refresh rate support. In addition, it should bring a MediaTek Helio G88 chipset, along with 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage space, expandable via microSD up to 1 TB.
The rear triple set of cameras must have a 50-megapixel main sensor, an 8 MP ultrawide and a 2 MP macro. The front camera will have 8 MP.
Its battery must be 5,000 mAh with support for charging at 18 W, having among other features IP53 resistance, NFC, infrared emitter and USB Type-C connector. Apparently, it will be sold from July, priced around 200 euros (about R$ 1,060 in conversion). Unfortunately, there is no set date for its official release.