Xiaomi will launch a mysterious smartphone with ‘aggressive’ cameras

Xiaomi does not seem to have exhausted the number of smartphones it can launch with the competent Snapdragon 870 processor. After POCO F3 or Black Shark 4, there seems to be more to explore.

According to an exclusive from the leaker Mukul Sharma, Xiaomi will soon launch a new smartphone with the Snapdragon 870 processor. The team, still shrouded in great mystery, will be destined for global markets.

Snapdragon 870, 67W and ‘aggressive’ cameras in the new Xiaomi

The source assures on Twitter that the terminal will have a load of 67W, which is increasingly becoming the minimum for a practically high-end smartphone. It is even revealed that the terminal will have a set of ‘aggressive’ cameras.

[Exclusive] Now I can confirm that Xiaomi will soon launch a new phone with Snapdragon 870 processor, 67W fast charging and quite “aggressive” camera setup in the global market. Although the launch in India is not confirmed, we can expect that it will also arrive in India.#xiaomi

– Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) November 16, 2021

Xiaomi has increasingly opted for photography on its smartphones. It remains to be seen if this aggressive set of cameras will have room for, say, a telephoto lens that we normally only see on more expensive models.

The Gizmochina website raises the possibility that Mukul Sharma is speaking on the smartphone with the model number “2112123AC”. This was recently recorded by TENAA and 3C entities in China, with the aforementioned Snapdragon 870 and 67W charging.

While Mukul Sharma is a credible source, and one that has been proven correct on many of Xiaomi’s problems in the past, we should look at this data with a pinch of salt. Until official brand confirmation of this global release, we will take this information as an unconfirmed unofficial assumption.

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