Since the official announcement of the Snapdragon 888 SoC, there have been a plethora of reports regarding the Xiaomi Mi 11. First of all, the company officially confirmed that the Mi 11 will be the first smartphone to use this flagship processor. A subsequent protective film leak shows the curved-display of this device. Also, a high-definition render of this device shows that it has a very sleek design. Now, the latest report shows that this device now has the Chinese 3C network access certification.
According to the network information, the Xiaomi Mi 11 comes with a new charger. This charger supports 11V/5A and up to 55W fast charging. In addition to the fact that the Xiaomi Mi 11 will debut the SD888 SoC, it will also come with a 120Hz refresh rate. Furthermore, there are speculations that this smartphone will launch later this month.
According to the renders and leaks so far, the Mi 11 comes with a small square matrix 2+1 three-camera design to reshape the classics. However, the Mi 11 Pro is expected to adopt a horizontal matrix camera design. In addition, Mi 11 Pro is expected to support up to 100-watt super fast charging.
Xiaomi Mi 11 speculations
The Xiaomi Mi 11 series will have at least two devices – a regular model and a Pro model. According to a recent report, the Mi 11 Pro will come with a 2K display. Subsequent leaks show that the display may actually be 2K+ because the horizontal pixel is 3200. There are also reports that this smartphone series will use a 120Hz refresh rate. Furthermore, information on the camera of the Mi 11 Pro is available.
The Mi 11 will come with a 108MP triple camera and a curved display. Also, reports show that the rear camera will have a triple camera configuration. Furthermore, it will support 30x zoom as well as an ultra-wide shooter that also works for macro shots.
According to a recent leak, one of the Mi 11 series will come with a 4-in-1-pixel binning technology. The main camera of this phone will capture images at 50MP, however, the telephoto lens shows 12MP. As of now, we are not sure if it is a straight 12MP lens or a 4-in-1 48MP lens. Although 50MP lenses are not common, Huawei’s P40 previously used a 50-megapixel (RYYB, 23mm, F1.9 aperture) main lens. Furthermore, the main camera of this smartphone is a super-outsole model.