Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro

With Qualcomm’s official announcement that it will hold the Snapdragon 875 new product launch conference on December 1, a new wave of Android flagships have begun to surface. That’s not difficult to guess that Xiaomi, Samsung and other major manufacturers are the main players. Today, we learned that apart from Xiaomi, OnePlus and other manufacturers will attend the Snapdragon Summit. Thus, this is no longer a hint, but an explicit statement.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro

According to reports from XDA, senior member kacskrz dug into the code for setting up the app in the latest MIUI 12 Beta and found that Xiaomi is preparing a new phone with a very high specification screen.

Its parameters include a QHD+ resolution (3200×1440), a support for MEMC motion compensation, an AI conversion (enlarge low scores into high scores), an HDR, etc.

Earlier, a Weibo blogger gave similar news that the Xiaomi Mi 11 high-end version of the engineering machine uses a 3200x1440P resolution + 120Hz curved screen with a hole in the upper left corner. Now it seems that they confirm each other.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro

According to the earlier tweet, Xiaomi Mi 11 could sport a quad edged curved display and house the punch-hole for the front camera. The Chinese smartphone giant is likely to retain the small punch-hole cutout at the top left corner of the screen. Sadly, the specifications for the camera aren’t available yet.

Of course, as mentioned in the code, Xiaomi also suggests that if you are sensitive to battery life, you can reduce the resolution to 1080P to extend the endurance.

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