While a handful of OEMs are already racing to output a Snapdragon 888 running smartphone, it no doubt that the upcoming Mi 11 from Xiaomi will be among the first wave of smartphones to be commercially available with the new Qualcomm’s beastly Chip. As a result of these, Xiaomi Mi 11 is currently one of the trending news in the tech space, we literally wake up to a new Mi 11 news everyday, and the latest of them is a life image and a card render demoing what the device will look like, eventually.
The alleged live render was spotted on Weibo (now removed of course). The live image shows a curved back with a square camera module that houses three lenses and an LED flash. It is possible that the Mi 11 Pro may sport a slightly larger camera module.
Then the card render which showed the Mi 11 in it possible full glory, revealing same rear camera module, and the frontal curved screen with a punched notch atop. The Mi 11 has been rumored to debut with Samsung’s ISOCELL HM3 108 MP sensor along with a 13 MP ultra-wide angle lens and an unknown telephoto lens.
Up to 4700mAh battery with 50W fast charging and 30W wireless charging is expected on the inside along with the aforementioned Snapdragon 888 CPU, 8GB+ LPDDR5 RAM, 128GB+ UFS 3.1 storage, under-display fingerprint scanner, and a 1440P display with 120Hz refresh.
It’s nice seeing that Xiaomi is trying to focus on just three rear cameras, instead of the whooping penta-lenses used on the older Mi Note 10. A unit of the Mi 11 is also rumored to house under screen selfie camera, which could be the Mi 11 Pro (probably). Either case, Xiaomi has this December or early January 2021 to announced the Mi 11, if she must be awarded “first phone with SD888” title.