Xiaomi’s upcoming flagship smartphone, Mi 11, has been in the news for a while, and according to recent reports, the device is expected to be released later this month. With the release, it will become the first smartphone powered by Snapdragon 888 SoC.
Now, another report from China claims that not only are phones launched this month, but smart phones can also be purchased from this month.
The report indicates that the Mi 11’s display will have a punch hole for the front camera, and the hole will be located in the upper left corner.
The phone is expected to have Full HD + screen resolution and 120Hz refresh rate support.
On the other hand, the Pro model may have a 2K resolution display with the same refresh rate of 120Hz. Both devices will use the newly released Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset.
It is speculated that Mi 11 may be equipped with a 4780mAh battery, while Mi 11 Pro may be equipped with a 4970mAh battery.
In addition, there are reports that Mi 11 will support 55W fast charging technology, while the Pro variant will support 100W ultra-fast charging.
Rendering leaks indicate that the phone will have a four-camera setup on the back, but the sensor will be placed horizontally, but recent renderings contradict this.
As always, the camera module is located in the upper right corner. The phone will run the latest Android 11 operating system and will be on top of the company’s own MIUI 12.