Earlier leaks on the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra speculated that the phone will have a secondary display on the back right next to the camera setup. Fresh reports on the Mi 11 lineup suggest that the Pro model may share the same feature.
Some of the Mi 11 Pro’s internal components were photographed and shared online and if the leak is to be believed, the Mi 11 Pro may also have a secondary display.
The image shows the camera’s internal structure with two large slots for lenses on the left, a periscope lens below, and the secondary display on the right. This tiny display will be able to show a countdown for the camera if you have that enabled and other features as well. However, its ability to let you take selfies with the main camera is the biggest unanswered question right now.
The Mi 11 Ultra and Pro are rumored to use Samsung’s large 108MP GN2 sensor as its main camera. This sensor is sized at 1/1.12” and it has 50 million 1.4 µm pixels with support for 4-in-1 binning for enhanced low light performance. The periscope zoom is expected to advertise a 120x zoom similar to the Galaxy S20’s Space Zoom.
As for the display, both phones are expected to feature a 6.81-inch AMOLED panel with 1440p resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. The touch sampling rate may go up to a whopping 480Hz. Both will also feature the Snapdragon 888 SoC, but only the Ultra will have 120W fast charging while the Pro will be limited to 66W.
In an older report, tipster Digital Chat Station reported that Xiaomi has a bunch of announcements lined up for March and April, including a few flagships. Along with the Mi 11 Pro and Ultra, we are also expecting to see a Mi 11 Lite, which will be an affordable 5G handset.
Stay tuned for more.