A few days ago, Xiaomi powered its global flagship Mi 11 with Snapdragon 888. And, according to Leaks, there are more members of the Mi 11 family in the pipeline, one of which is an overloaded top-of-the-range Android computer called the Mi 11 Ultra. But before Xiaomi could star it and sing anthems in all its glory on stage, the phone was leaked in all its glory via a YouTube video.
Triple rear cameras with 120x digital zoom range, quadruple curved 120 Hz display and 67 W support for wireless charging
The leaked practical video, made available by a channel called Tech Buff PH, has now been spotted by the folks at XDA-Developers, but not before a mirror was created. Now let’s talk over the phone itself. The design is your usual glass-to-metal affair, with a curved display on the front that flaunts a single hole punch in the upper left corner. But things get really interesting on the back of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra.
The phone, shown in both black and white, rocks a colossal camera bump. The actual camera lenses appear to take up a little more than half the area, while the rest is left for a tiny secondary display. Unlike the cover display of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra shows the entire MIUI experience, which is wild.
The secondary display on the back shows the entire MIUI experience, which is wild
Of course, the primary use case is for the secondary display to act as a viewfinder for clicking selfies with the powerful rear cameras. Now that we talk about cameras mention the leaked video A 50-megapixel primary camera alongside a 48-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens and a 48-megapixel periscope-style telephoto camera with a huge 120x digital zoom range. The responsibility for selfies and video calls is taken over by a 20 megapixel snapper.
For the rest of the technical data, the Mi 11 Ultra is said to offer a 6.8-inch WQHD + OLED display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and Gorilla Glass Victus. The build is said to be IP68 certified, and a 5,000 mAh battery provides the juice. In particular, the upcoming Xiaomi phone is touted for support 67W wired and 67W wireless charging and 10W wireless reverse charging to juicing other accessories like earphones. You can see the full mirror video below:
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