In the buildup to its launch, more and more information on the Xiaomi 12 series is surfacing on the Internet. A new one allegedly hints at the charging capabilities on the vanilla model in the series. It seems like the Xiaomi 12, unlike its Pro model, will come with a 67W fast charging support.

Previous reports had only hinted at the charging speeds to expect on the Xiaomi 12 Pro and as per these, the new flagship by the company would carry a 120W fast charging support. The information on Xiaomi 12 now comes from a recent listing on the 3C certification website.

A new phone by Xiaomi has received its 3C certification and it is being expected that the device is the vanilla model in the upcoming Xiaomi 12 series. As spotted by GSM Arena, the listing mentions a maximum charging speed of 67W on the phone, so we know what to expect from the Xiaomi device once it is in the market.

Not much has been revealed in the 3C certification listing as of now, though it does mention a 5G support on the phone. Other than this, previous speculations have suggested that the Xiaomi 12 will come with a 4500 mAh battery. The combination of this battery with a 67W charging speed should be decent enough for most users.

Other than this, we can expect top-notch components on the yet-to-launch device. It is likely to come with an OLED panel that will support a 120Hz refresh rate and a punch-hole for the selfie camera. It is sure to run MIUI 13 out of the box and thanks to Xiaomi, we know that the phone will be backed by Qualcomm’s latest flagship processor, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.

Now that the phone has received its 3C certification, we can expect its launch to take place anytime soon. Several reports have hinted at a December 12 date for the Xiaomi 12 series launch. Though yet another speculation mentioned December 28 as the likely launch date.

In either case, Xiaomi is no longer the first to get a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 tag in its portfolio. While it was expected to lead the race, Motorola and Realme beat Xiaomi to it, with the recent launch of the Moto Edge x30 and the Realme GT 2 Pro.

Not that it matters, as the race to the flagship processor’s use is not something that the buyers care about. Even if Xiaomi launches its phones a tad bit later, it will be interesting to see how the new-age devices compete against each other, and, of course, how early they arrive in the global markets.


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