Xiaomi Mi 11 was announced at the end of last year in China. It was the first smartphone to launch with the Snapdragon 888 SoC. Along with these now the leaks and rumors of the Pro version of the Mi 11 series are surfacing on the internet, might be nearing the launch date as well. Now coming to the Lite version of the series, what will happen to that? Last time we saw there were a Mi10i and Mi10T versions of the Mi 10 series, so the Lite version of the current series will also be a possibility. This possibility was backed by some information by a Vietnamese YouTuber, who has shared some internal information about the device.
According to the YouTuber, the phone will carry the mid-range Snapdragon 732G chipset paired with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal memory. He also claimed that the phone’s display will have a flat IPS LCD of FHD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. Further, he has also shared the images of the phone in the video where we can see a left-aligned punch-hole display, along with a thick chin, noticeable bezels on all sides, and a triple rear camera setup. The phone mostly resembles the Mi 11 series.
The triple rear-camera setup has a slightly different design than the original Mi 11. The main sensor will be 64MP while the other two are expected to be 8MP and 5MP. The 8MP unit will likely be for ultrawide photography while the 5MP is likely one of those depth sensing or macro sensors. There is no information shared about the front camera of the smartphone.
The YouTuber has also mentioned that the starting price of $350. This might be the Vietnamese price range he was talking about, so in that case, the global and regional prices will vary.