Today, the vice president of Xiaomi Group Chang Cheng posted on Weibo a promo poster showing that the Xiaomi Mi 11 series will soon be available worldwide.
However, Xiaomi did not give a specific release time. But there was another interesting thing we should focus on. As the poster displays ‘Mi 11 Series’, there is every reason to think there will be not only the standard version but also the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro.
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Not long ago, we learned about the screen parameters of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro. It will be exactly the same as that of the Xiaomi Mi 11. Plus, the front camera hole will be in the upper left corner.
However, there are some differences in the rear lens module. Our protagonist should use a new super-outsole main camera. In addition, the Xiaomi 11 Pro should come with a 120x periscope telephoto lens, using Sony IMX586 sensor.
The Xiaomi Mi 11 supports 55W wired + 50W wireless charging solution, while the Mi 11 Pro should get a 120W fast charging.
In October last year, Xiaomi announced the 80W wireless second charging technology. And we think this technology will debut with the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro.
Of course, the phone should have a water resistance. We guess it will reach IP68 rating.
Xiaomi Mi 11 Will Boost The Company’s Sales
With the launch of the Xiaomi Mi 10, Xiaomi entered the premium smartphone segment. And the Xiaomi Mi 11 took the relay race with all responsibility.
As for the overall performance, Xiaomi sold 44.4 million smartphones in the global market in the third quarter of 2020. It ranked third in the world with a market share of 12.1%.
At the same time, under the dual impact of the global epidemic and the downturn in the market environment, Xiaomi not only was not affected but instead won the title of the third-ranked manufacturer in the third quarter of the global smartphone market last year.
It is worth mentioning that in the third quarter of last year, Xiaomi’s overseas market revenue reached 39.8 billion yuan ($6.16 billion).