Previously, Vice President of Xiaomi Group Chang Cheng revealed on Weibo that the Xiaomi Mi 11 will soon be launched globally. There are rumors that it will be available in February. And now this phone has obtained FCC certification.
FCC certification documents show that the global version of Mi 11 has three versions: 6/128 GB, 8/128 GB and 8/256 GB. This indicates that the global version will not have a 12GB memory version. As a reminder, the domestic version does not have the 6GB+128GB version, but offers the 12GB+256GB version.
The FCC document also shows that the Mi 11 is a dual-SIM phone without a microSD card slot. Thus, you can’t expand the storage yourself. The software version listed by the FCC is MIUI 12 (presumably 12.5). The electronic label shows that this phone supports 55W fast charging. But this is not surprising because the Chinese version came with such a charging option as well.
What the FCC document does not show is when the Xiaomi Mi 11 will be launched globally and what its price is (the starting price of the Chinese version is 3999 yuan, which converts to $618). In addition, there are rumors that the Mi 11 Pro and the Mi 11 Lite will be launched next month. But it is unclear whether these two products will go global with the Mi 11 or the company will hold a separate conference for them. Anyways, the latter has appeared on FCC, which shows to come with a 4200mAh battery(BP42), dual-band WiFi and Bluetooth. The listing also confirms the presence of MIUI 12. Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G bearing model number M2101K9AG will come with 6GB + 128GB and 6GB + 64GB storage variant.