Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro Cameras to Offer 120x Zooming; Latest Product Image Shows a Redesigned Phone

Faisal Rasool

Xiaomi's latest flagship series kicked off with the Xiaomi Mi 11 last month. They're soon coming out with a Pro variant for it. The Chinese manufacturer hasn't shared a launch timeline yet, but the phone's camera details and product images leaked online.

As seen in the product mockups, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro camera cluster holds four cameras. The periscope-style telephoto camera, identified by its squarish lens, offers up to 120x hybrid zoom, the Chinese phone leaker Digital Chat Station reported.

In addition to the 108MP standard wide and 12mm ultra-wide cameras, the Mi 11 Pro is rumored to have a secondary telephoto camera that contributes 2-3x optical zooming.

The screen has a hole-punch in it and curves around the edges. It's a 6.81" 2K AMOLED display that refreshes at 120Hz, runs touch sampling at 480Hz, and peaks at 1500 nits of brightness. With these specs, the Mi 11 Pro screen is on par with the latest Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra’s. Also, the phone's slim chin barely stands out.

The Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro, seen here in the Midnight Gray, comes in Horizon Blue, Frost White, Lilac Purple, and Honey Beige color options. It's powered by Snapdragon 888 and MIUI 12.5. A 4600 mAh battery and blazing-fast 80W charging are in the cards as well.

Xiaomi is expected to unveil the new flagship in late February, following the Spring Festival in China. We'll keep you posted as the story develops.


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