Xiaomi. (Image credit: Reuters)
Xiaomi co-founder and CEO Lei Jun has announced that the M11 series will be one of the first phones to come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset.
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Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi’s next flagship will be the Mi11 series, which will include the Mi11 and Mi11 Pro. The expected price and specifications of the Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro have now surfaced on the Chinese microblogging site Weibo. Further, some pictures of the M11 11 series showing the design of the smartphone have also been leaked online. In addition, a tipster claims that the MI will launch with a curved display at the end of December 11th. Xiaomi co-founder and CEO Lei Jun had earlier announced that the M11 series would be one of the first phones to come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset.
According to the price leaked on Weibo, the Xiaomi Mi 11 will be priced between CNY 3,999 (approximately Rs. 45,100) and CNY 4,499 (approximately Rs. 50,700), while the Mi 11 Pro will be priced between CNY 5,299 (approximately Rs. 59,700) and CNY 5,499. (Approximately Rs. 62,000). The Weibo Post also suggests that both the Xiaomi Mi11 and Mi11 Pro will come with a 6-inch HD + AMOLED display with a 120-inch character refresh rate. This is in line with previous reports pointing to Xiaomi using a new display on the Mio 11 series. The smartphones are also rumored to come with a triple rear camera setup on the back, including Xiaomi’s 108-megapixel sensor. According to the report, the Mi 11 Pro is expected to come with a 50-megapixel primary sensor that can only be a 4: 1 pixel binding and a 200-megapixel sensor.
Both the Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro are rumored to have 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB of internal storage. In addition, the Mi 11 is said to come with a 4,780mAh battery, while the Mi 11 Pro can come with a 4,500mAh battery with 120W wired and 80W wireless charging.
In addition to the leaked features, Tipster Ice Universe has speculated that the MI11 series could be launched in late December, contrary to earlier reports indicating a January launch date.