Xiaomi Mi 11 launch: what to expect in price and technical data | Cell phone

The launch of the Xiaomi Mi 11 is scheduled for December 29, 2020, in China. But some rumors already suggest what to expect about the specs of the brand’s next premium phone. Among the possible highlights of the Mi 10 successor are the Snapdragon 888 processor, the triple camera with a 108 MP main sensor and a 120 Hz refresh rate screen. See below for more on the way.

Rendering shows possible design of Xiaomi Mi 11 (Image: Reproduction / @ BenGeskin)

Mi 11 is the most basic, but series may have more variants

If the leaks are correct, Xiaomi could launch three models for the Mi 11 line next week: the conventional Mi 11, the Mi 11 Pro and the Mi 11 Pro +.

Despite being the most “basic”, the conventional version should not suffer many cuts in technical data, maintaining Qualcomm’s most advanced processor, 8 GB or 12 GB RAM, and the premium design, with glass coating on the rear and metallic frame. The screen must also have Gorilla Glass 6 protection against accidental scratches.

120 Hz screen across the board

The display should have a maximum Full HD + resolution with AMOLED technology and a refresh rate of 120 Hz, for greater graphic fluidity – a characteristic that rival Apple owed in its last release.

Xiaomi Mi 11 must have triple camera

For photos, the conventional Mi 11 should have a triple set at the rear with a 108 megapixel main sensor. The information also indicates that the trio would be complete with a 13 MP ultrawide camera and a 5 MP macro sensor, for photos with close focus.

Possible Mi 11 cover reveals triple camera (Image: Playback / GSMArena)

Possible Mi 11 cover reveals triple camera (Image: Playback / GSMArena)

Features such as 4K recording, electronic image stabilization (EIS), optical stabilization (OIS) and night mode are also provided.

Finally, there are indications that the smartphone will have a battery of 4,780 mAh and support fast charging of 55 W, which could lead to a full recharge in about 35 minutes.

Mi 11 Pro: quad camera and more battery

Despite being under more secrecy, the Pro models had some supposedly rendered renderings. In some of them, the images indicate the presence of a quadruple set of cameras at the rear.

Possible Mi 11 Pro with quad camera

Possible Mi 11 Pro with quad camera (Image: Reproduction / Gizmochina)

If this scenario is confirmed, it is possible that we have the following specifications for the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro: main sensor capable of capturing photos at 50 MP + ultrawide lens with 20 MP sensor + telephoto lens with 12 MP sensor (for optical zoom of 2x) and a periscope type lens for more zoom (possibly up to 10x).

In addition, the model would have a 6.76 inch display similar to that found in the conventional version, but with a maximum resolution of Quad HD +, instead of Full HD +. The refresh rate would be maintained at 120 Hz.

The battery should also gain a slight increase: there are rumors about a charging capacity of 4,970 mAh.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro + should bring the biggest screen

The alleged Mi 11 Pro + is the most mysterious model of all, and there is not much information leaked about it other than the possibility of an even larger screen, maintaining the refresh rate of 120 Hz and the Quad HD + resolution of the “Pro”. The processor would also remain the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888.

An exclusivity may be Xiaomi’s 100 W charging, which in preliminary demonstrations was able to recharge a 4,000 mAh battery in 17 minutes.

Price of Xiaomi Mi 11, Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11 Pro +

According to the leaks in the international media, we can expect the Mi 11 in three storage versions: 128 GB, 256 GB and 512 GB, all with Android 11, and with prices starting at 3,999 yuan (about R $ 3 thousand, without taxes).

The Mi 11 Pro should start at 5,299 yuan (approximately R $ 4,000 in direct conversion, at the exchange rate of the day, excluding taxes).

So far, there is no information about the possible price of the Mi 11 Pro +. It is also worth remembering that all these values ​​are speculations from the specialized media and that Xiaomi has not yet made official any of the models mentioned above.

There is also no information about when and which Mi 11 series phones arrive in Brazil.

With information: Gizmochina and GSMArena

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