At the beginning of the month, Xiaomi officially released the flagship mobile phones of the Xiaomi 12S series, including the Xiaomi 12S, 12S Pro, and 12S Ultra. A few days ago, a blogger posted a disassembly diagram of the Xiaomi 12S Ultra on a Weibo account that shows the Xiaomi 12S Ultra has an upgraded version of the Surging C1 ISP chip.
As per the info, there is actually a third chip with the Xiaomi logo printed on the motherboard of the device and a “C2” logo underneath it, which is likely to be an upgraded version of the Xiaomi 12S Ultra Surging C1 ISP chip.
In addition, this chip covers a very large area and the related functions should not be small. Otherwise, Xiaomi will not waste energy by placing this chip on the motherboard.
According to blogger Li Angangang, the advanced version of the Surge C1 ISP chip development is not yet perfect, and the related functions have not been fully realized, so there is no corresponding promotion in the initial stage and release.
Xiaomi 12S Ultra battery and other information;
Xiaomi 12S Ultra is the most aggressive flagship model which is equipped with two self-developed chips, namely Surging P1 and Surging G1. One for charging and the other for battery management, which brings tons of bonuses to battery life and fast charging.
The 12S Ultra sports a 6.73-inch Samsung E5 AMOLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate and is powered by a first-generation Snapdragon 8+ processor.
This phone has a triple camera setup on the rear camera including a 50.3MP Sony IMX989, 1 primary camera sensor, a 48MP ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 48MP periscope telephoto, it has a 32MP selfie camera.