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We can now expect it

We can now expect it

Xiaomi has long been told that the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is planning an exciting collaboration. The partner has already brought Huawei to the top when it comes to cameras in mobile phones. Now the Xiaomi app itself is supposed to confirm this important partnership, which has not yet been officially announced.

Xiaomi smartphone with Leica camera is expected

A few years ago, Huawei was the first Chinese smartphone maker to enter into a high-profile partnership with a real camera company in order to take cameras in smartphones to the next level. It worked very well. But due to the US ban, it seems that Leica is looking again and cooperating with Xiaomi. This has been in the rumor mill for a long time, but it will happen now Confirm via Xiaomi Gallery Apppre-installed on smartphones (Source: MIUIPolska).

This is because certain filters are detected in the editor’s source code in the Gallery app. For example “leica natural”, “leica vivid” or “leica monochrome”. In addition to the Leica camera, the potential Xiaomi 12 Ultra could also have special filters with which you can give your photos a special effect. At the same time, can also cooperate Other smartphones will benefit from Xiaomi. They can also get effects. Because the Gallery app has not been extracted from Xiaomi 12 Ultra, because it does not exist yet. Xiaomi is already preparing for this in the app.

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Xiaomi needs a high-end smartphone

For Xiaomi, the 12 Ultra will be a very important smartphone to compete with Samsung and Galaxy S22 Ultra. Xiaomi 12 and 12 Pro are only sold with hesitation. The same can also be seen with the Samsung, Galaxy S22, and S22 Plus. But the Galaxy S22 Ultra is a truly bestseller and really pulls Samsung. So, the Xiaomi 12 Ultra with Leica Camera won’t just be a smartphone we’d like to see, but one that Xiaomi really needs to compete.

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