The display specifications of the Mi 11 Pro have been leaked by the replicator. It is said that the new Xiaomi flagship has a QHD+ display. This is different from Mi 10 Pro and Mi 10T Pro which both have lower Full-HD+ displays. In addition, there are rumors that the refresh rate of Mi 11 Pro has been improved, which can provide a smoother viewing experience compared with the existing Mi series flagship products. Mi 11 Pro may be unveiled with Mi 11 early next year.
As discovered by the Android-focused blog PlayfulDroid, a tip was posted on Weibo that the Mi 11 Pro will be equipped with a 120Hz display and a QHD+ resolution at the top. The reported refresh rate is higher than the 90Hz refresh rate on the Mi 10 Pro. However, Mi 10T Pro has the highest refresh rate at 144Hz.
According to the prompt, Mi 11 Pro will also be equipped with a selfie camera sensor, which will be visible in the upper left corner of the screen. There are also rumors that the phone will retain the curved display design of the early Mi 10 and Mi 10T series.
Details about the Mi 11 Pro only appeared on the benchmark site Geekbench for Mi 11, a few days after the model number was M2012K11C. It is speculated that both Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro have Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 SoC and can run on Android 11 with a new MIUI appearance on the top. It is said that the new series of Mi 11 has a 48-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera sensor on the back with a pixel size of 0.8 microns.
Xiaomi hasn’t even started releasing the initial trailer for the Mi 11 series. But, despite this, if we look at the company’s history, the new smartphone may make its debut sometime in February.
The Mi 11 Pro in the new series is expected to also support the 80W fast wireless charging launched by Xiaomi in October, and can wirelessly charge a 4000mAh battery in just 19 minutes.
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