In recent times, there have been a couple of leaks and speculations regarding the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 11 series. The latest report is coming from popular Weibo leakster, @DigitalChatStation. Although he did not specifically mention the Mi 11, the specs are consistent with what we know about the Mi 11. While we have some reports on the Mi 11, this is the first information on the Pro model. According to the leak, the “high version” will come with a 2K + 120Hz punch-hole screen. He further revealed that the punch hole will be on the top left side of the screen.
The leak also shows that the display of this phone will be curved on all four sides. The top and bottom will have a little curvature but maybe not as much as the Huawei P40 Pro. This smartphone is most likely in the Xiaomi Mi 11 series and the “high version” is naturally the Mi 11 Pro. Qualcomm will hold the Snapdragon Technology Summit on December 1 to officially launch the new generation of flagship processor Snapdragon 875. It was previously disclosed that Xiaomi Mi 11 will be the first Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 flagship platform in China. In addition, there are reports that this smartphone may be official in January 2021.
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Presently, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra is already going out of stock. This could be a pointer that the company is saving its funds for the upcoming series. As for the Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro, they are not easy to find on the shelves these days. It is very common for a predecessor to go out of stock when the successor is on the way.
Xiaomi Mi 11 Key Features
The main camera of the smartphone will be improved, first of all, due to the new ultra-wide-angle sensor. According to him, the 13-megapixel module, which was installed in the Xiaomi Mi 10, will be replaced by a 48-megapixel sensor with a pixel size of 0.8 microns each. It may be a coincidence, but rumor has it that in the case of the iPhone 13, it is also decided to take the path of improving the wide-angle sensor. Improvements in optical image stabilization should also be available.
What other sensors will be installed in the Xiaomi Mi 11 camera is not reported. But with a high degree of probability, a 108-megapixel module will be the main one. The company has already confirmed that it plans to launch new flagships based on the Snapdragon 875. And these will be the first devices from China with the new platform from Qualcomm. Among the improvements are also an increase in fast charging power, a 4900mAh battery. It also uses a display with an increased hertz cycle, and, possibly, its resolution will be QuadHD+.