In the context of the great presentation event of the Xiaomi 12 range, an announcement came in some ways unexpected (if it were not for some rumor emerged in the weeks before the reveal). In fact, the well-known brand has unveiled, alongside Xiaomi 12, Xiaomi 12 Pro and MIUI 13, the “low cost top-of-the-range” Xiaomi 12X smartphone.
In particular, according to the reports from Gizzchina and PhoneArena, it is referred to a model all in all atypical for the company, since the objective is to aim to an experience associatable to that offered from the flagships containing however In other words, this time Xiaomi decided to add to the series a more “economical” device, which fits between mid-range and top-of-range.
As you can well imagine, the smartphone reveal has generated some confusion among users, also given the similarity between the various devices of the Xiaomi 12 range at the design level, so it is good to stop a bit ‘on Xiao First, the price: in China the cost starts from 3199 yuan (about 445 euros at current exchange rate) for the variant 8/128GB. The 8/256GB model comes to 3499 yuan (about 486 euros), while the most powerful 12/56GB device costs 3799 yuan (about 528 euros).
The price range is interesting (considering that Xiaomi 12 Pro starts from 4699 yuan, ergo 653 euro at current exchange rate), but what does Xiaomi 12X offer? Well, under the shell we find a 6.28 inch AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution (2400 x 1080 pixels), 1100 nit brightness peaks, support for the HDR10+, Corning Gorilla Glass Victus protection
For the rest, at the software level clearly will not miss the just announced MIUI 13. In addition, there are Dual SIM, 5G, Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1. The dimensions are 152.7 x 69.9 x 8.16 mm, weighing 176 grams. For the moment the smartphone reveal has only happened with regard to China and there is no information about a possible launch in Italy. We’ll see.
In any case, during the event came the announcement of other products. More specifically, they showed up the Xiaomi Watch S1 smartwatch and earphones. In short, Xiaomi has really “disengaged.”