The first sale of the Xiaomi Twelve series, which was made public by Xiaomi last Tuesday, has been completed. According to the company, smartphones worth 1.8 billion yuan (more than 33 billion rupees) were sold in just five minutes at sale in the Chinese market on Friday.
The company has unveiled Saomi Twelve, Xiaomi Twelve Pro, and Xiaomi Twelve X under this series. The smartphone was sold in five minutes through both online and offline channels.
At the same time, xiaomi Twelve Series has set a new record. Earlier, 1.5 billion yuan worth of smartphones were sold in five minutes at the first sale of the Xiaomi Mi11 series.
Xiaomi 12, Xiaomi 12 Pro – worth Rs 33 billion sold in five minutes
It is said that the number of users has increased due to the new features given in this series.
For connoisseurs of the Xiaomi Twelve compact flagship, Xiaomi Mi Eight comes with the smallest screen ever. It has Samsung’s 8.28-inch AMOLED panel with full HD Plus resolution and up to 120 Hz refresh rate.
Inside the display is a fingerprint scanner with Corning Gorilla Glass Victus protection to prevent scratches. Xiaomi Twelve has the familiar 50-megapixel Sony IMX 766 sensor, which will be available on most flagship smartphones by major Android smartphone makers in 2021.
It is 2.0 micrometers in size, 1 / 1.56 inches in size, and has OIS (Optical Image Stabilization). The phone has another 13-megapixel ultraviolet and 50mm similar five-megapixel tele-macro camera.
Xiaomi’s engineers have been able to fit a sufficiently sized cooling pad and other key components into the basic Model Twelve’s motherboard. The small-sized Saomi Twelve is powered by a 6700-wire fast-charging battery with a capacity of 4,500 mAh.
Including a 10 watts reverse wireless top-up. Xiaomi Twelve Series ‘Brand New’ will be available in the market including MIUI 13. The phone comes in black, blue and pink. There is a special kind of ‘Green Vegan’ leather version for both phones.
The basic level Saomi Twelve comes with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. The value of the Chinese yen is three thousand 699 or 580 US dollars (about 69 thousand 500 rupees).
The mid-priced 8GB RAM and 256GB storage will cost 3,999 yen (US 62,800), while the 12GB RAM and 256GB will cost 4,399 yen (२ 690 (about Rs 82,600)). Will have to spend.
The Saomi Twelve Series will be available in the Chinese market from December 31. But details about the price and availability of the international market will come later.
The Pro model comes with a 6.73-inch panel with a resolution of 1440 pixels. It has an LTPO 2.0 backplane, which allows a refresh rate of one to 120 Hz depending on the work.
The Xiaomi Twelve Pro also has a fingerprint scanner and Gorilla Glass Victus protection inside the display. Both the Saomi Twelve phones have 12-bit color output and brightness of up to 1500 nits.
It has a 50-megapixel camera with Sony IMX 707 sensor for the main shooter. It also has 2.44-micrometer pixels and OIS with 1 / 1.28-inch size and pixel-binding.
The phone has a 40-megapixel portrait lens and a third ultraviolet module as another camera. For fast-focus, Saomi itself has developed cyber focus technology.
Which locks the face of the subject (the object being photographed) and other objects in the background. Saomi says it also includes a new Night Mode algorithm.
Which checks the level of noise and works to illuminate areas with low light. The Saomi 12 Pro comes with a 4600 mAh battery divided into two cells.
It has 120-watt wireless and 50-watt wireless fast charging support. Saomi has also added a self-developed ‘Serge P One’ charging chip to the phone for power management.
The Xiaomi Twelve Pro starts with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage and is priced at 4,699 Chinese yen, or 738 US dollars (about 88,300 rupees).
The 8GB RAM and 256GB storage modes are priced at 4,999 Chinese Yen (US 785) and the top-spec model with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage is priced at 5,399 Chinese Yen (about Rs. One lakh one thousand five hundred rupees).
Xiaomi 12 Pro
Saomi 12X is the third member of the Saomi Twelve series. Which is a slightly less powerful smartphone than the basic version of Saomi Twelve. It also has the same 6.28-inch AMOLED display as the Saomi Twelve with a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
Other features include a setup of three cameras on the back, a 4500 mAh battery, and a 67-watt fast charging. The main reason why the Xiaomi Twelve X is cheaper is that it has the Snapdragon 870 chipset instead of the flagship Snapdragon at Zen One chip.
It has neither wireless charging nor reverses wireless charging. Saomi Twelve X also comes in three color variants, black, blue, and pink.
The price for RAM and 256 GB storage is 3,799 Chinese Yen, or 596 US dollars (about 71,400 rupees).