Xiaomi unveiled the Mi 11 smartphone by the end of 2020. The same device even made a global debut last month, which was announced for the European market. We are certainly aware that Xiaomi is preparing to launch two more devices to this lineup – the Mi 11 Lite, and the Mi 11 Pro.
Additionally, in the past few weeks, we’ve been constantly seeing multiple leaks pertaining to them, thanks to some certifications, and the Google Play Console listing. Well, today China’s TENAA certification has revealed two new Xiaomi handsets, which we speculate could be Xiaomi’s upcoming Mi 11 Pro and the Mi 11 Ultra smartphone. Let’s check details revealed by TENAA certification.
Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11 Ultra TENAA Certified
Reading through the TENAA listing, we can see that the phone carries model numbers as M210K1AC and M2102K1C. These devices have cleared the TENAA certification last month, considering we get to see date of issue as February 7th and February 8th. Yesterday, a Xiaomi smartphone with model number M2102K1G was certified by Indonesia’s Telecom Certification. The model M2102K1G is speculated to be the Mi 11 Ultra, as some details regarding it were revealed by the Filipino YouTuber Tech Buff PH last month.
Going by this fact, we can fairly assume that the newly certified device – at least the M2102K1C – could be the Mi 11 Ultra model itself, which resembles some similarities in the model number. These are just our postulations, and we’d like for you to take them with a pinch of salt. For now, the specs of these newly certified devices aren’t revealed by the TENAA listing, but it does confirm that the handset will have 5G support.
As far as the earlier leaks go, the Mi 11 Pro is expected to feature a 6.81-inch QHD+ OLED display that might have a 120Hz refresh rate. The smartphone is considered to make use of Qualcomm’s octa-core Snapdragon 888 SoC. Additionally, it is rumoured to sport a 108MP primary lens, similar to that of the Mi 11. The device could even offer 10x optical zoom, and 120x hybrid zoom. The Mi 11 Pro is said to feature 80W wireless charging support. Xiaomi had already announced the 80W wireless charging back in October, whose implementation can be seen with the Mi 11 Pro’s launch.
Mi 11 Ultra passes through TUV SUD certification
Additionally, the model number M2102K1G also passed through TUV SUD certification. As explained above, M2102K1G is being presumed to be the Mi 11 Ultra. The TENAA listing was for the Chinese variant, while the TUV certification indicates there’s also a global variant under works.
Considering the details of the Mi 11 Ultra, it is expected to sport a 6.8-inch QHD+ display that might offer a 120Hz refresh rate. Similar to the Mi 11, the Mi 11 Ultra might make use of the Snapdragon 888 chipset. The phone is even said to come with IP68 water and dust resistant certification. In terms of imaging, the Ultra model is rumoured to sport a 50MP main primary camera, a 48MP wide-angle lens, and a 48MP periscope zoom lens. Powering the device could be a 5000mAh battery that might offer 67W fast-charging support.
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