Xiaomi the smartphone manufacturer company is known for its wide range of smartphone and offering in almost all the technology and electronic category is once again aiming to launch a new smartphone called the Xiaomi Mi 11 and the Mi 11 Pro. Both the smartphones are listed in several certifications sites and there are numerous rumours about the phone. Amid all the leaks and rumors a live image of alleged Mi 11 has been spotted in Chinese microblogging website Weibo revealing the camera module of the upcoming smartphone. Here’s a closer look at the leaked images.
Xiaomi Mi 11 Leaked Images
Looking at the leaked render you can notice that the image was captured when the phone was sneaking out of someone’s pocket. He or she can be in the developer team or research and development team who have the early access to the smartphone. Nevertheless, talking about the camera module, the leaked render reveals half of the camera module as most of the part of the phone was in pocket.
The camera module shown on the image reveals a big camera sensor placed at the top left corner of the back panel. We can expect it to be a primary camera sensor or a telephoto sensor, the image also shows two more sensors along with an LED flash. But it’s unclear whether the sensor palace above the LED flash is a camera sensor or laser auto focus sensor. The leaked render didn’t reveal much about the smartphone except the design of the camera module.
Meanwhile, Xiaomi confirmed that the Mi 11 will be the first phone from the company that will come loaded with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset. The handset is tipped to be launched by the end of this year. Also China’s 3C certification confirms that the smartphone will come with a 55W superfast charging solution.
The Mi 11 is said to feature a AMOLED Quad HD+ resolution display with 120Hz refresh rate. The Geekbench listing confirmed that the handset will be backed by Adreno 660 GPU, and 6GB RAM. What are your expectations from the upcoming Mi 11 series devices? Do let us know in the comments below.
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