Xiaomi already has four processors that it developed, including the Surging S1 SoC and the Surging C1 photo processor, as well as the Surging P1 fast-charging chip and Surging G1 battery management chips.
The Xiaomi 12S Ultra has received Surging P1 (and Surging G1), which can increase battery life and charge efficiency. It was discovered that the Xiaomi 12S Ultra actually contains a Surging C2 CPU. This processor is hidden beneath a two-layer motherboard, making it difficult to see.
This means that in Xiaomi Mi 12S Ultra, three chips from Xiaomi’s own design were used for the first-ever time. Although rumors of this processor have been circulating for some time, Xiaomi didn’t mention it at the presentation. It was mentioned in the MIUI code that came with the Xiaomi Mi 12 Ultra in May this year.
Chinese insider Ice Universe leaked many reliable information about various smartphones and commented on it:
The Xiaomi 12S Ultra’s easter egg is the Xiaomi C2 processor that handles image processing. However, it is currently disabled. Xiaomi is currently testing the device and will turn it on after a software update.
Ice Universe was the first to discuss smartphones with waterfall screens, the notch in iPhone X, the new design for the iPhone 14 and the 200-megapixel image sensor from Samsung.