It was wondered when the Xiaomi 12 Ultra model, which is one of the phones that has not been on the agenda with leaks recently, will be introduced. According to the report shared by Chinese sources, Xiaomi’s new flagship will be released on July 5th.
The interesting detail is that Asus will also introduce its new flagship: ROG Phone 6, a gamer phone with high-end hardware and design, on the same date.
Although Asus has officially announced the event, no announcement has been made by Xiaomi yet.
However, if the device will be released on July 5, the announcement of the event will be made in a few days.
What will Xiaomi 12 Ultra offer with its features?
Both phones will be powered by Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, the most powerful processor currently available in an Android device. If the two phones are introduced on the same day, the brand that made the presentation will have launched
the world’s first phone with this processor with a difference of a few hours.
The Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, an octa-core processor produced with a 4 nm fabrication process and running at 3.2 GHz, hosts LPDDR5 technology. The phone, which is expected to meet the user with up to 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage, will have a 4800 mAh battery.
While the phone is claimed to offer 67W fast charging, it is expected to use an AMOLED LTPO panel with a size of 6.7 inches on the screen side and offering QHD + resolution as well as a 120 Hz refresh rate. The Xiaomi 12 Ultra, which is stated to have a 20 Megapixel front camera,
will have a triple setup developed in partnership with Leica with a 50 Megapixel main camera on the back.
According to industry estimates, revenues from virtual reality (VR) game worlds could reach $400 billion by 2025, and the Metaverse is expected to generate $1 trillion in cumulative value. In this video, we explained how you can make money with Metaverse.
Money making tactics with Metaverse!
This new digital frontier is attracting a lot of attention from big tech names to average users who want to be the first to seize the endless opportunities that come with metadata storage. These numbers are all guesses by the way, but how can you make money
from this endless virtual universe? Let’s learn how to make money on Metaverse with you.
In our previous video, we told you how you can buy and sell land from the Metaverse universes. Assuming that it is in many different universes, it is really difficult to know which virtual universe will be valued and will be in our lives 10 years from now.
The need for virtual real estate companies has increased with so many real estate jobs to be done with real estate brokerage method. You can earn generous commissions by connecting buyers and sellers or simply giving advice as a real estate broker. Rental: Just like in real life, a plot of land
You can buy it, build a house or other type of property, and then rent it. Advertise your property
You can also use it for your home, especially if your properties are located in high traffic areas.
Another method is to make money with NFT. One of the best ways to monetize NFT is to
invest early in promising new collections before their value skyrockets. Most NFTs available for purchase were initially printed at a low price, and their value increased exponentially in the weeks and months after launch.
A prime example of this is CryptoPunks, which could be purchased for between $1 and $34 in 2017. When the NFT craze took over in 2021, these ‘Punks’ became incredibly valuable for their first move in space. This resulted in NFTs being bought by celebrities and other high-profile names, one
Punk even sold for $24 million! Alongside the new M30 series ecosystem, DJI has also announced the Zenmuse H20N sensor, which is specially designed for the DJI M300 RTK drone. The Zenmuse H20N brings a revolutionary experience to night operations by combining a night vision camera, a hybrid zoom and thermal imaging camera, and a laser rangefinder that can be used with the M300 RTK.
Micron introduced the new microSD memory card, which can offer up to 1.5 TB of storage space. The company’s new i400 model draws attention with its 50 percent more capacity than the 1 TB memory cards that have held the record so far. Reaching this capacity by using 176-layer 3D NAND technology as in SSDs, Micron wants to stand out especially in video and photo storage. With this capacity, the company will be able to host videos of approximately 5 years. Of course, the price of microSD with such a capacity will be high.