This Xiaomi 12S Ultra Concept is a hope to take smartphone photography to the next level — lets you attach DSLR lenses to the phone
Xiaomihas showcased a new concept device that allows you to attach a camera lens module.
- The Chinese smartphone maker has partnered with German camera giant
Leicafor the Xiaomi 12S Ultra Concept.
- The device will offer features such as focus peaking, zebra lines, histograms and more.
AdvertisementXiaomi has revealed a new concept smartphone, dubbed the Xiaomi 12S Ultra Concept, which might make it one of the best smartphones for photography. The device has an excellent camera setup but does not stop there – the company has made it possible to attach a camera lens module at the back.
The Chinese tech giant has partnered with German camera giant Leica to enable you to attach a camera lens module to your smartphone, allowing you to capture professional photographs without having to splurge for a DSLR.
Add a lens to capture professional images
The Xiaomi 12S Ultra Concept features a large circular camera module at the back, featuring a triple camera setup at the back. The module has been designed to mount a Leica M series lens at the back, allowing you to capture professional photos.
The device features two 1-inch sensors, one in the smartphone and one in the Leica lens. This allows you to suppress most of the noise while capturing images.
The lens used by Xiaomi in the teaser is the Leica Summilux-M 35mm f/1.4 ASPH module; however, the phone supports all M-lenses from the company as it features an M-mount.
The teaser has revealed that once the lens is attached, the smartphone will offer features such as histograms, zebra lines, focus peaking, and 10-bit RAW shooting.
It is to be noted that the device is only a concept at the moment, and the company has not revealed any information about a commercial launch. It may take some time before such a device can be launched for consumers.
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