The Mi 11 Ultra has already been certified in Indonesia, suggesting that the phone could be coming soon.
In February of this year, a Filipino YouTube anchor posted an initial video of the Mi 11 Ultra, which was later deleted, but some media outlets still captured some photos of the device.
The video shows the Mi 11 Ultra, which comes in black and white, it will feature a 120x zoom lens in the same vein as the Mi 10 Ultra, as well as 67W wireless charging. The rear camera has a 50-megapixel main camera, a 48-megapixel wide angle and a 48-megapixel zoom. The system is powered by MIUI 12.5.
Another notable feature is a very small screen on the right side of the rear camera module, similar to the “smart window” design in Meizu’s previous Pro 7 models, which is thought to be mainly used for selfies.
The Mi 11 Ultra, code-named M2102K1G, was leaked by a Filipino broadcaster last month, and the phone, code-named M2102K1G, appeared on an Indonesian official’s mobile phone certification list yesterday. While the certification doesn’t reveal any details about the device’s configuration, it does suggest that the device may not be too far away.