Digital Chat Section, a very popular leaking site has recently speculated the release of a new top end Xiaomi Flagship device which supports UWB (Ultra Wide Band) and also might have a front camera hidden beneath the display.
Apple has introduced AirTags and Samsung has introduced Smart Tags. Both of these use UWB technology. They are tracking devices. So, we can expect Xiaomi to introduce a tracking device using this technology, possibly called Mi Tags.
ZTE introduced an under display camera with their Axon 20 phone. Though it was very impressive and also an excellent piece of engineering, which was very appreciated, the actual quality of the selfie camera was pretty disappointing if you look at 2020 and 2021 standards. However, Xioami is a much bigger brand than ZTE and they might have got this technology right. There’s a really good chance they might have done it properly while retaining quality of images.
Other reports from other websites and blogs suggest that the device might come with a 120W wired ultra fast charger, which might be able to charge the device fully in around 25 minutes. It also might come with 70W wireless charging.
To conclude, the camera setup at the back of this smartphone might feature cameras as good as, if not better than the Mi11 Ultra. This smartphone might be a successor to the Mi10T, or a successor to the Mi11 Ultra as well. This device will come with the Snapdragon 888, if launched this year, and if snapdragon releases an 888 Plus, there’s also a good chance it might come with that. Right now on most Android Smartphones, the only thing obstructing a 100% display is the punch hole front camera. Now, the entire front can feature only the display, making it look really futuristic and excellent.
With that being said, thanks for reading, let us know what you think about this new Xiaomi flagship with an in display camera down in the comments. Personally, we at Xiaomi central think it’s breakthrough technology if a brand as large as Xiaomi introduces it.