The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra appeared in the live video, with a secondary screen and 120x zoom

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra 120x Zoom

The Xiaomi Mi 11 was introduced late last year and then released globally earlier this week. Many expected that the Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11 Lite models would be released alongside the standard Mi 11, but that did not happen. There are still no official details from the Chinese company about the existence of these models.

Still, the Mi 11 Ultra appeared in a live video, posted by a Philippine YouTuber on the Tech Buff PH channel. The video currently has a private status but was previously successfully downloaded and made available to the public for viewing.

The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra has a larger protrusion for the camera on the back, where there is a 50MP main camera, 48MP ultra-wide, and 48MP periscope sensor. There is also an LED flash, as well as a secondary screen, which could be helpful when creating a selfie with the main camera on the back.



The video shows two models - one in white and the other in black. Both have a periscope camera with 120x zoom. The white version of the phone below the 120x label has "Ultra Pixel AI Camera" written on it, while the black model has "120X, 12-120mm, 1: 1.95-4.1" written on it. It is not known why the two models have different text, but the reason may be that they are prototypes.

According to YouTube, the Mi 11 Ultra uses a 6.81 "WQHD + 120Hz curved OLED screen with Gorilla Glass Victus protection and has a 20MP selfie camera. The chipset, which runs the phone, is of course the Snapdragon 888, and there is also an MIUI 12.5 interface.


Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra MIUI 12.5

Other features of the phone are 5G support, IP68 certification, Harman / Kardon speakers, and 5000mAh battery with support for 67W fast and wireless charging, as well as 10W reverse wireless charging.


Source: GSMArena

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