Xiaomi Mi 11 Live Photo
After the release of Qualcomm’s new flagship 5G SoC, the Snapdragon 888, it has been announced that various smartphone makers will bring new phones equipped with the new SoC in the first quarter, with the first model set to launch on the new Xiaomi Mi 11 series.
Since it has been indicated that the Snapdragon 888 processor will be premiered, the Xiaomi Mi 11 release time is certainly one of the earliest, about the specific time aspects of the official channels of Xiaomi although no news, but digital chat station here has given the scoop, he said: “the tail of December, you are the Mi 11”, which has been hinted at! The end of this month will be the release date for the Mi 11.
Earlier we have reported Mi 11 Pro poster and some other specifications, today Mi 11 live photo surfaced on Weibo which constant with the previous poster. According to the Mi 11 live photo, the device is with curved surface from the back, in the square rounded box at top left corner three camera sensor is equipped. Compared with Mi 11 pro poster, the main lens size of Mi 11 is notably smaller than Mi 11 pro.
In addition to the release date and the confirmation of key processors, he also brings some other hardware information about the Mi 11, such as the Snapdragon 888’s ISP supports billion-pixel image processing, which is 35% faster. The S5KHMX’s image performance will hopefully get better, and the standard Mi 11 engineering camera’s triple-camera module has an enhanced macro compared to the previous generation’s standard version, but the rest remains largely unchanged, with the zoom relying mainly on the main camera.
At this point, many of the key configuration information of the Mi 11 have been considered confirmed, with a new SoC added, photography has also been greatly improved, expectations can now be pulled full, the end of the month to see the new machine.
Furthermore, Despite having already released a poster for the world premiere of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Snapdragon 888, Lei Jun suddenly updated Weibo this morning and launched a poll giving the possibility of naming Xiaomi’s new flagship after the Mi 20. However, from the results of the vote before the deadline, there were more votes in favor of the Mi 11, which is more natural and has more continuity after all.