Xiaomi Mi 11

That’s not a secret that the Xiaomi Mi 11 will become the world’s first smartphone with the Snapdragon 888 that you can acquire. However, this won’t last long. We mean the exclusive period of sales will last only a month or so. Anyways, today, the alleged Mi 11 with a model code M2011K2C has undergone multiple GeekBench tests. If believing the previous reports, the machine is the standard version of Xiaomi’s next flagship model. As for the launch date, it should happen on December 28.

Xiaomi Mi 11

The GeekBench screenshot shows that our protagonist uses an octa-core Venus chipset, clocked at 1804MHz, has 12GB of RAM, and runs Android 11. The highest running score is 1135 and 3790 in the single-core and multi-core tests, respectively.

A group of executives and official accounts of Xiaomi summarized the results of the Xiaomi Mi 10 series performance yesterday and hinted that the Xiaomi Mi 11 is coming. But even if there is no official confirmation, we knew the phone is on the way.

Xiaomi Mi 11

According to previously exposed news, the Mi 11 series will provide at least two versions of Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro. They will continue to adopt the hole-punch full-screen solutions. But the Xiaomi Mi 11 will use a hyperboloid screen, while the Mi 11 Pro will have a 2K quad-curved screen. It will support a 120Hz refresh rate and native 10bit color depth display.

Judging from the real camera photos of the Mi 11 on the Internet, the Xiaomi Mi 11 basic version uses a blue gradient back shell, and the rear camera layout has a square design with two large sensors and a small sensor above the LED light.

Xiaomi Mi 11

In other aspects, the Xiaomi Mi 11 uses a small square matrix 2+1 three-camera design, and the Mi 11 Pro is expected to adopt a horizontal matrix camera design. In addition, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro should support a 100W super fast charging, referring to the previous specifications of the Mi 10 Ultra. It is expected that the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will also support 120W fast charging.

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