Many of you are looking forward to the introduction of improved versions of the flagship Xiaomi Mi 11, Ultra or Pro models. The official performance has not yet taken place, but there has been a massive leak in the form of a video in which youtuber presents Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. It has a huge module with three cameras and a secondary display.
Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra: a huge leak of the expected news
The video revealing Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra was published on the YouTube channel Tech Puff PH. This is a Philippine technology channel, but this video was quickly downloaded from. However, the video is still available on other channels.
In the video, Youtuber Filipino presents all the specifications and design of the novelty in black and white. It should be a model called M2012K1G, which has recently been certified in Europe and India.
Huge camera module
The smartphone in the video has a huge one on the back module with cameras and secondary display. It occupies almost the entire upper half of the back cover and consists of three cameras with 120x zoom.
There is a main 50 MPx camera, a 48 MPx wide angle and also a 48 MPx telescopic lens with 10x optical zoom. Such a great optical zoom is missing in the classic version of the Mi 11.
The secondary display next to the three cameras should be able to display any application from a smartphone, and should therefore be useful, for example, for taking selfie photos using the main camera.
The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra should have a 6.8 ″ OLED display with curved edges, WQHD + resolution and an adaptive refresh rate with a maximum value of 120 Hz. The selfie camera comes with a resolution of 20 MPx and is located in the left corner of the screen in the form of a shot. The latest version of Gorilla Glass Victus and certification are not missing IP68.
Like the Mi 11, the Mi 11 Ultra gets the latest Qualcomm processor Snapdragon 888 with LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 fast storage. The battery should improve compared to the Mi 11 value 5000 mAh with support 67 W fast charging and 10 W reverse charging. MIUI should be here in version 12.5.
However, we remind you that the Mi 11 Ultra smartphone has not yet been officially introduced and also the video that escaped may not be real, as no information has been officially confirmed. But if that were true, it would be a brutal smartphone.