Xiaomi officially announced today that its new high-end product, Mi 11, will be officially released on December 28.
The mi 11 series is the company’s digital flagship, with little to say about performance, but the official Slogan is intriguing, suggesting a breakthrough in weight control, possibly a new Lite version, or some other “light” feature.
A group of Xiaomi executives and official accounts yesterday summed up the achievements of the Mi 10 series and warmed up the Upcoming Mi 11.
According to the previously exposed information, the Mi 11 series will include at least two versions of mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro. It will continue to adopt the hole-out comprehensive screen scheme, in which the Mi 11 is hyperboloid screen and the Mi 11 Pro is 2K quadric screen, both of which will support 120Hz refresh rate and native 10bit color depth display.
According to online photos of the Mi 11, the basic version (illustrated by @Bengeskin below) has a blue gradient back case. The rear camera has a square layout with two large sensors and a small sensor located above the LED light.
In other aspects, the Mi 11 adopts a small square matrix 2+1 three-camera design, while the Mi 11 Pro is expected to adopt a horizontal matrix camera design. In addition, the Mi 11 Pro is expected to support the 100 watt super fast charge, referring to the previous mi 10 Super version of the specifications is expected to be the same mi 11 Pro 120W fast charge.
As for the performance of Xiaomi MI11, it has appeared in Geekbench today, which is equipped with Snapdragon 888 chip announced by Qualcomm this month. It has 12GB storage, running Android 11, and it has a single core score of 1135 and a multi-core score of 3790, which can meet Qualcomm’s official standard.
In addition, @Viper digital also released a skU chart about the phone today, showing that the Mi 11 will provide plain leather version and special version, with blue, white and purple color, storage specifications include 8+128GB, 12+256GB two specifications, does not rule out the possibility that Xiaomi intends to hold a separate release for the Mi 11 Pro.