On the Mi MIX Alpha, the device with a screen-to-body ratio of 180.6% uses nano-silicon-based lithium-ion battery technology. This battery technology ensures long battery life with fast charging support. In addition, it also ensures that the battery will not heat up easily and fast charging is more efficient. Continuing the development of battery technology, Xiaomi announced that the battery on the Mi 11 Ultra will use a much better new technology.
This battery technology is a silicon-oxide anode battery. Through this battery, it guarantees 10 times better durability than traditional batteries. This means that when the device starts charging, it is more efficient and effective, and through the concept where nano-silicon is added to the lithium so that the silicon particles are slow to grind. According to Xiaomi, they are a leader for this battery technology and expect it to avoid the problems encountered on existing battery technology.
So, users will no longer have to worry if fast charging will damage the device’s battery. Hopefully, with this battery technology, Android devices can last longer instead of just 2-3 years.
As per previous info, it is known that Mi 11 Ultra will feature a vast size camera area. Moreover, the primary sensor is the Samsung ISOCELL GN2 50MP Lens. In total, there would be three lenses.
It is also reported that the Mi 11 Ultra is almost the same as the Mi 11 Pro in terms of overall appearance, screen, and core specifications. However, they are different in terms of camera specifications. In the past few days, the Mi 11 Ultra was also listed on 3C Certification with 67W Charging.
This phone is expected to have IP68-rated stereo speakers, water and dust resistance, and run on Android 11 with MIUI 12.5 UI when shipped. The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra will be launched in the upcoming Spring Product Launch Event, coming on March 29.
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