Recently, Qualcomm officially released the Snapdragon 888 SoC and Xiaomi has since confirmed that the Mi 11 will be the first smartphone to use this flagship processor. A subsequent protective film leak shows that this device will use a curved display. Also, a high-definition render of the Xiaomi Mi 11 series shows that it has a very sleek design and the Chinese 3C certification confirms that it will use a 55W charger. Furthermore, there are speculations that this smartphone will launch later this month. While we wait for the official launch of this smartphone, it appears that the protective case of this device is already on third-party stores.
The third-party store listing shows that the case is selling for 16.80 yuan ($2.6). Looking at the case, it is basically the same as the previously listed protective case. The new Mi 11 series will include at least two versions – Xiaomi Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro. There are big differences between the two in terms of the shape of the rear camera module.
The Xiaomi Mi 11 will have three rear cameras and adopt a square layout. However, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will have four rear cameras and a matrix layout. Nevertheless, unlike the common matrix camera module, this time, the Mi 11 Pro uses a horizontal layout for the first time. This is quite unique. which is unique.
Xiaomi Mi 11 series uses a sleek design
The new Xiaomi Mi 11 series will still come with a punch-hole camera design like its predecessor. The display will also support a 120Hz refresh rate. However, the location of the front camera seems to be different. The Xiaomi Mi 11 seems to have a larger front camera and it is in the upper left corner of the screen. For the Pro model, the front camera is in the center of the display.
Of course, the biggest highlight of this phone is that it will premiere the Snapdragon 888 SoC. This chip uses the latest Samsung 5nm process and integrates Snapdragon X60 5G baseband. This is the first time that a Qualcomm 5G chip is integrating a 5G baseband. The mobile platform fully supports 5G network technology.
If the speculations so far are true, the Xiaomi Mi 11 series may only 2020 Snapdragon 888 flagship. However, we know that by January 2021, we will have a plethora of Snapdragon 888 smartphones. We will have to keep our fingers crossed and watch as events unfold.