Xiaomi 12T Pro Price in USA | Xiaomi 12t pro Review

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 Xiaomi 12T Pro Price in USA - We were very impressed with the Xiaomi 12 Pro, released earlier in the year, with its camera coming in for particular praise. This updated 12T Pro model boasts updates in some key areas, with the primary camera sensor now boasting a 200-megapixel resolution, a battery capacity of 5000mAh, and the processor bumped up to Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1.

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Xiaomi 12T Pro Price in USA | Xiaomi 12t pro Review

Xiaomi 12T Pro Full Specifications

Brand Xiaomi

Model 12T Pro

Release date- 4th October 2022

Launched in India No

Weight (g) 205.00

Colours Black, Blue, Silver


Resolution 1220x2712 pixels

Pixels per inch (PPI) 446


Processor 3.2GHz octa-core

Processor - Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1
Internal storage 256GB

Rear camera 200-megapixel  + 8-megapixel  + 2-megapixel
No. of Rear Cameras 3

Front camera 20-megapixel 
No. of Front Cameras 1

Operating system - Android 12

Skin MIUI 13


USB Type-C Yes

Wi-Fi Yes

Bluetooth Yes, v 5.30

Number of SIMs 2


Face unlock Yes

In-Display Fingerprint Sensor Yes

Compass/ Magnetometer Yes

Gyroscope Yes

Proximity sensor Yes

Accelerometer Yes

Ambient light sensor Yes

Battery capacity (mAh) 5000


The Xiaomi 12T Pro will launch across Europe, the UK, and other regions, but not confirmed for the US. A 256GB storage and 8GB RAM configuration are expected, presenting excellent value on paper, packing twice the storage at most phone prices.

As for pricing, the 12T Pro is priced at £699 (approx. $790 / AU$1,060) in the UK. If you get in early with a pre-order, however, you can take advantage of an early bird offer available between 20-24 October and pick up the 12T Pro and a new Redmi Pad for just £599.

Xiaomi 12T Pro Price in USA

Xiaomi 12T Pro Price in USA $ 634.00 with 256GB 8GB RAM.


Along with its large sensor and high-resolution camera, the Xiaomi 12T Pro's most impressive feature might be its storage capacity.

The phone ships with 256GB as standard in the UK – plenty of room for all your files, photos, games, and more. With 8GB of RAM, it should smoothly multitask across apps even with Xiaomi's aggressive battery manager.

Also grabbing attention is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset that powers the 12T Pro. The same processor was found in the ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro; Our favorite gaming phone is out now.

While the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 performs much better than the original 8 Gen 1 in heat management, it can make the 12T Pro the best Xiaomi phone for gamers.


The Xiaomi 12T Pro's headline feature is its 200MP camera, and it's imposing both on paper and in the flesh. Measuring 1/1.22 inch, its sensor is physically more extensive than the iPhone 14 Pro Max's new primary sensor — which is vital given the price difference between the two phones.

A larger sensor size usually means superior low-light photography and shallower depth of field, and in our short time with the 12T Pro, it certainly delivered on the second count. Photos of objects captured more than 40 cm away from it are loaded with background blur.

Getting into a few more specifications, the 12T Pro's primary camera sensor is a Samsung ISOCELL HP1 with 0.64-micron pixels. If you speak in camera-lingo, this may sound small, but given the sensor's colossal pixel count, it combines 16 pixels into one (hexadecimal-binning) to create a 2.56μm superpixel; Creating 12MP photos by default.

The primary camera lens has an f/1.69 aperture and consists of eight elements, shooting with an 85° field of view. Even more impressive is that the 12T Pro's primary camera packs OIS and can record video up to 8K resolution.

Despite covering the 12T Pro's 200MP primary camera in detail, the secondary cameras don't warrant such an in-depth overview. The 8MP ultra-wide camera doesn't bring anything new to the table with its small 1/4-inch sensor size and 120° FOV, and the 2MP macro camera feels like a poorly-specified filler. The 12T packs a 20MP front camera with an f/2.24 aperture for selfies.


If you use the Xiaomi 11T Pro, you'll remember its silver, polished, almost gunmetal-like finish. It looked fun but wasn't particularly refined - something that has changed over time. The 12T Pro has a curved glass back with a frosted finish that subtly diffuses light and doesn't pick up fingerprints too easily.

The phone is relatively large, with its 6.7-inch screen and not light at 205g. That said, compared to the heavier 240g iPhone 14 Pro Max, it's still manageable.

Despite looking like a flagship from the back, when you get the 12T Pro in your hands, you'll notice its plastic frame and the flat screen immediately dial up the premium factor. Set alongside the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra, it's a less refined package - though it feels more powerful.

A USB-C port and a SIM tray are at the base of the phone, which takes two SIM cards. All buttons are on the right side, and an IR blaster is at the top. The phone has commanding speaker holes at the top and bottom for Harmon Kardon-tuned sound and a prominent camera bump around the back.


Outside of Android 12 and Xiaomi's MIUI 13, anyone who's used a Xiaomi, Redmi, or Poco phone in the past 12 months will know roughly what to expect from the 12T Pro's software.

The fact that the phone runs Android means app support is excellent, and you can expect a base level of security from Google. Unlike Huawei phones, the Xiaomi 12T Pro runs with the Google Play Store out of the box, so getting apps onboard is accessible.

Xiaomi complements the Android experience with a heavily skinned UI. It borrows some elements from iOS — like the Control Center — and adds features to the mix, like a virus scanner, for example, every time you install an app.

While it's clear that Xiaomi tries to add value to its UI, fans of simple, stripped-back interfaces will prefer iOS or the more stock Android found on Google and Motorola phones. The Xiaomi 12T Pro also runs on the last-gen version of Android, with Android 13 already available on some phones, such as the Oppo Find X5 Pro.


With a 5,000mAh battery, the Xiaomi 12T Pro packs a competitive capacity that ensures it makes it through the day without any issues, especially with the phone's relatively low-back screen brightness.

With 120W wired charging, Xiaomi claims you can power up the 12T Pro in 19 minutes, and there's also a fast charger in the box. The only thing missing, as far as we're concerned, is wireless charging – but if the idea of ​​all-day power and nippy power-ups is more important to you, the 12T Pro will still float your boat.

Xiaomi 12T Pro Pros & Cons

+Large 200MP camera sensor
+Fast 120W wired charging
+Smooth 120Hz AMOLED screen

-No wireless charging
-Plastic frame isn't super-premium
-Weak secondary camera specs


On first impressions, the Xiaomi 12T Pro is a value champ, with 256GB of storage capacity and Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 power. It's not cheap, and there are compromises. For example, there's no wireless charging, and the phone's plastic frame, flat-screen curved glass, and metal aren't as premium as the competition.

It's also worth noting the phone's camera isn't a champion across the board – the ultra-wide and macro cameras are, on paper, mediocre to poor. That said, the 200MP primary camera arguably compensates for any imaging flaws. It has a vast sensor size and a sky-high resolution and delivered strong results after our initial encounters.

We think the 12T Pro will be a good, affordable gaming phone for those who like to take photos. Xiaomi's photo processing is also generally more natural-looking than Motorola's, so we expect the 12T Pro to be an excellent camera phone.
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