The leaks of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra are becoming more and more complete and difficult to doubt. After we got the news that the phone will be called that – and not the Mi 10 Pro Plus as previously speculated – we now have more images circulating on the internet before launch.
And this time it is the model’s camera that appears prominently, with a resolution good enough to highlight the ” 120x ” just below the lens.
This number clearly refers to the zoom capability of the phone. As mentioned in previous rumors, the Mi 10 Ultra model is expected to achieve a digital zoom of up to 120x, that is, an approximation of 120 times in relation to the object you are focusing on. The digital zoom is not like the analog zoom, however. It uses rendering and image compositing technologies to make this increase “artificially”. Therefore, it does not achieve the same level of quality as an analog zoom, but mobile devices currently cannot support an analog zoom with such a level because does not have the space needed for the lenses.
So the question that remains now is the quality that the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra will be able to offer with this 120x zoom that it highlights so much.
Another interesting information that we can see in the image is the detail of the cell phone cameras, which shows that they range from 12mm to 120mm and also denotes the abbreviation ASPH. This is something we don’t see on every smartphone. ASPH is an abbreviation for “aspherical”, a term that covers a set of elements for spherical lenses. It is a design that promises more advanced lenses to deliver even better images.
In addition to the rendered image shown above, we also had the leak of what appears to be a photo from one of the device’s manuals, which makes the images even more reliable. It is basically the same image, only printed in the manual that should come in the Mi 10 Ultra box.
Something less important than the details of the cameras, but that the images also show us, is that the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra can really come in the options of the rear in ceramic or transparent, you can see that well.
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