In early 2020, Xiaomi launched two devices in their Mi 10 series. The main attraction of Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro was the whopping 108MP camera. As per some rumors, Xiaomi will launch the Mi 11 series by the end of this month. Like the predecessor series, this series will also have two devices, which will be known as Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro.
Earlier in October, in the Chinese database of MIIT, a Xiaomi phone with the model tag M2011K2C was seen. Recently, the exact phone has received the 3C certification, and we believe that it could be the upcoming Mi 11 smartphone.
Since the model number has received 3C certification, it may soon appear in TENAA’s directory listing with its full specs and images. However, the 3C has listed some specs for the model number M2011K2C. It reveals that it is a 5G smartphone, which is common nowadays. It further indicates that it will have a new charger with model number MDY-12-EQ that supports 55W (11V/5A) fast charging.
The Mi 11 and its pro version will likely be the first devices from Xiaomi with a Snapdragon 888, a QHD+ resolution, and a 120Hz refresh panel. Since both the devices may be flagship, we expect it to come with Android 11 pre-installed with a horizontal quad-camera setup. As per some speculations, the Mi 11 may have a 4780 mAh battery while the Mi 11 Pro may have a 4970 mAh battery.
Till now, we can’t say anything for sure. There are only a few couple of days left for this month’s ending. Let’s hope we get official info from Xiaomi. Until then, we will keep looking at the TENAA’s database and let you know of any updates.