Since the middle of last year, rumors have been circulating that Xiaomi will enter into a partnership with the well-known German company Leica. Two days ago, the Chinese company officially announced that it has entered into a partnership with this company.
Leica is a well-known German company engaged in optics and the production of Leica cameras. For the past few years, Leica has been in partnership with Chinese company Huawei, but the Huawei P50 series is the latest Huawei flagship series to ship with Leica-optimized cameras. The German company has also done business with Sharp and Panasonic in the past in the production of cameras for smartphones.
Now Xiaomi has confirmed its “long-term strategic cooperation” with Leica. Xiaomi has revealed that they are working with the company to develop a new flagship that will be unveiled in July this year.
Lei Jun, CEO of Xiaomi, said that the partnership with Leica will provide Xiaomi with even greater opportunities and that their phones will be even more recognizable.
It is obvious that Xiaomi is following in the footsteps of other Chinese companies, in order to offer a recognizable feature on its flagship smartphone, and in that sense, it differs from other phones on the market.
Unfortunately, Xiaomi has not revealed more details about this phone. However, as a few days ago the American company Qualcomm introduced an improved version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip – Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, it is expected that this upcoming Xiaomi flagship will be powered by this chip.
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