How did the new Xiaomi 12T Pro perform in the first few hours? Is a 200MP camera a useful upgrade?

Two new models are available: the Xiaomi 12T and 12T Pro, which we took for a test drive. Let’s confirm that this is the initial impression of the phone. More detailed testing is scheduled for the next few days, during which time we’ve focused on the phone’s most important points. Let’s take a look at what has changed compared to last year’s Xiaomi 11T and what will convince Slovenian users the most.

Upgrades in many key areas

Let’s touch the screen first. The diagonal is 6.67 inches, and the screen itself is of an AMOLED type, or, according to Xiaomi, CrystalRes AMOLED, which should indicate a crystal clear display of the content on the screen. With a resolution of 1220 pixels and more than 68 billion colors, everything is as it should be, at least on paper. During the short test, we did not encounter any obstacles that would distort the initial impression of the phone. The AMOLED display delivers typical AMOLED quality, which means colors are dynamic and deep. Although there isn’t a strong sun in Munich, the screen was bright enough in daylight to say visibility wouldn’t be an issue with use. AMOLED refreshes at a frequency of up to 120 Hz, and the AdaptiveSync function is also built in, which adjusts the refresh rate according to the selected content, but only between 60 Hz and 120 Hz, not all the way to 1 Hz, like some flagship phones. Dolby Atmos, Dolby Vision, and Adaptive Reading are also available for even more reading comfort, but we haven’t been able to test the functionality yet.

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