First look of Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro: A different type of camera island


Xiaomi had officially revealed the poster of the upcoming Mi 11 Pro smartphone. The company has already announced the vanilla version of the to be announced Pro version of the recently launched flagship. Yes, we are talking about the Mi 11, the first-ever phone with the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset. Xiaomi Mi 11 was launched on December 29 in China and is claimed to be the most powerful smartphone in the world right now. Soon we are going to come up with a very interesting smartphone comparison for the most powerful smartphone in the world.

So how come we get so sure about the new smartphone that it will launch soon? In that case, previously we saw Mi 10 also had a vanilla version and the Pro version, so here also the internet was sure of the incoming Mi 11 Pro sooner or later. Now we got an official poster where we can see the backside of two colour models of the alleged Mi 11 Pro. We are not sure if the alleged Mi 11 Pro in blue and silver colours is the original one or not, but seemingly it can be one of the leaked official images that surfaced ahead of an imminent launch.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro leaked renders show massive, different camera island

Now let’s see what we get from this image of the alleged Mi 11 Pro. At the first glance we can notice the off camera island on the phone. The horizontal rectangular design houses four cameras one of them being one of the best ‘120x’ zooming telephoto lens. It is also rumored that just like the vanilla version the Pro version will also come with a 108MP camera. This flagship device will also come with the Snapdragon 888 chipset.

Currently, we do not have any images of Mi 11 Pro from the front side. SO we are unable to confirm if the phone would come with a dual-punch cut or not. The Mi 11 had a single punch-hole cut design that was 6.81″ in size and had curved glass on the sides. To add to the display features of the Mi 11 Pro we can also expect a 120 Hz refresh rate and 480 Hz touch sampling rate just like the vanilla version.

Source (in Chinese) | Via

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