Xiaomi will hold a new product launch conference on March 29. At this event, it will release the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro and the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra and tons of other new products, including a new laptop, a new air condition with a smartphone-grade screen, a high-end WiFi router, the Mi Band 6, and many other products. As not that long has been left before the conference takes place, it’s logical we will get many leaks and news concerning these devices.

Recently, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra has appeared on GeekBench. We can see that the machine comes with the Snapdragon 888 processor, 12GB of RAM, and the Android 11 system. From the point of view of parameters, it is indeed at the level of a super flagship smartphone. But we can’t insist that the 12GB RAM is the only memory option. There was a rumor that the phone will sport a 16GB memory.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra

The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra uses a lot of new technologies. The machine will first launch a super fast-charging silicon-oxygen negative battery. The latter can make smartphone batteries thinner and faster. Xiaomi said that it took the lead in applying battery technology of new energy vehicles to smartphones, adding nano-scale silicon materials through the negative electrode, bringing 10 times the theoretical gram capacity of graphite.

At the same time, the machine will launch the first full phase change heat dissipation technology. It uses a new phase-changeable organic hydrocarbon (tīng) material, which is solid-liquefied after heat absorption, and the thermal conductivity can be improved by 100%. It can realize one-time heat dissipation and three-state change of solid, liquid and gas.

In addition, the manufacturer used the “War of the Turning Point” to describe the camera system of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. Also, it used “Revisit the Dark Night Boundary” to imply that the new machine should have a very good night imaging effect.

Argam Artashyan

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