Tilted Anti-Glare Camera Coating for Xiaomi 12 5G – .

Tilted Anti-Glare Camera Coating for Xiaomi 12 5G – .

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Earlier today, we forwarded a leak from tipster Weibo Digital Chat Station that allegedly showed the back panel of the upcoming Xiaomi 12. Digital Chat Station scores a huge ‘victory’ as it was the first to reveal that Qualcomm is renaming its line Snapdragon AP and he even had the right name. The leaked image of what is purportedly the Xiaomi 12 reveals that the phone will sport a tri-camera array on the back with the main snapper weighing in at 50MP.

Xiaomi will use an anti-glare coating on the rear camera bump

On Wednesday, the tipster posted to say that Xiaomi will use the same anti-reflective (AG) glass coating on the rear camera bump that it uses on the back panel of the phone so that the bump does not stick out. This seems like a smart strategy given that Xiaomi is said to have large camera modules inside the bump and doesn’t want it sticking out.

The base version of the Xiaomi 12 (due to be unveiled on December 28) is expected to sport the aforementioned 50MP camera while the Xiaomi 12 Ultra, due next year, could carry a 200MP main camera. If you live in the United States, do not get too carried away as Xiaomi still has not decided to sell its handsets in the United States despite numerous false starts.

The company was blacklisted in the final days of the Trump administration due to its alleged ties to the Chinese Communist government (sounds familiar to you?). But last May, the company was removed from the blacklist and is no longer designated as a Chinese Communist Military Enterprise.

In 2016, former Googler Hugo Barra joined Xiaomi, sparking rumors that the company was about to invade the United States. In August of the same year, Barra said the United States was an important market for the company formerly known as the Chinese Apple. Barra said Xiaomi will be coming to the United States in the “near future”. But here we are, more than five years later, and the Xiaomi handsets still aren’t in the US (Barra just left Facebook as the company’s senior vice president of virtual reality).

Xiaomi has profited more from the US bans on Huawei than any other smartphone maker. Helping another Chinese company improve its business surely was not the intention of former President Trump when he placed Huawei on the entity list in 2019, preventing the company from accessing its supply chain. American. And exactly one year later to the day, the United States changed its export rules preventing foundries using American technology from shipping advanced chips to Huawei without a license.

Xiaomi is now one of the best phone makers in the world

But not only has Xiaomi taken the first place in India, but it has also become a formidable competitor in the global market. Last June, Xiaomi bypassed Apple and Samsung to become the world’s leading smartphone maker with a 17.1% global market share. Samsung was next with a 15.7% share of the pie, followed by Apple’s 14.3%.

In Q2 2020, Xiaomi shipped 26 million phones and more than doubled that amount to 53 million in Q2 2021, finishing ahead of Apple but behind Samsung for the quarter. Xiaomi managed to outperform all newcomers to Europe in the second quarter of 2021. Keep in mind that the company was able to achieve all of this without selling a single handset in the US market.

At present, the only Chinese smartphone maker to have achieved some success in the United States in recent times is OnePlus. If Xiaomi ultimately wants to see what it can accomplish in the United States, it would be wise for them to follow the OnePlus game plan of starting slow, building a customer base, and then making a deal with a major U.S. operator. OnePlus gained a lot of credibility once it signed a pact with T Mobile.

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