According to the latest rumors and leaks, the new Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra will receive the latest chipset, curved screen, and Penta camera. Published renders of Xiaomi Mi 11. Visually, it is similar to Mi 3.
Just as the iPhone 12 will be similar to the iPhone 4, so the future flagship Xiaomi Mi 11 may be similar to its distant ancestor – Xiaomi Mi 3. At least if the device turns out to be the way it was presented on new renders.
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If large companies prefer to be inspired by their past successful devices, the Mi 11 may well be so – with chopped edges. But the screen in a modern manner occupies almost the entire front panel and, moreover, also extends to the sidewalls. The front camera is not visible, but this does not mean that it does not exist: Mi 11 is actively attributed to a sub-screen front camera, and different sources are vying with each other.
According to the source, Xiaomi Mi 11 will be an affordable flagship that will surprise with performance.
The promising flagship Xiaomi Mi 11 will have several varieties and the newest processor of our time says an employee of the Chinese brand who writes under the nickname Digital Chat Station.
The main camera of this concept in its design resembles the cameras of smartphones Google and Samsung, but there are more sensors here – as many as five, and one of them is the periscope, providing optical zoom. At the heart of the hardware platform of this device will be a Snapdragon 875 SoC with an estimated performance of over 700,000 AnTuTu points.
The main advantage of the “eleven” is announced as the most productive chip in the history of Snapdragon 875. If this information is true, Mi 11 will become the world’s first serial phone with a processor of this type.
The general director of the Chinese representative office of the brand Lu Weibing also spoke about Xiaomi’s readiness to release two devices based on Snapdragon 875 at once.
The announcement and release of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra will take place in the first quarter of next year. The release of its predecessor was heavily influenced by the coronavirus pandemic in China, but now the situation with COVID-19 in this country is under control, so there should be no delay with the premiere of Mi 11 smartphones.