The leaks surrounding the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro have been conflicting. Currently, two different renders of the upcoming ‘Pro’ flagship are floating on the web. One of these alleged versions was just featured in another marketing poster, seen in four different colors. The image also teases the phone’s 120x zooming gimmick.
The Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro in the new poster reveals the same camera design inspired by the S20 Ultra. It’s otherwise identical, but Xiaomi has flipped it sideways. It stretches more than halfway across the width of the device and features four cameras and an LED flash.
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A chrome accent divides the block-shaped camera island in two — one for the square-shaped lens and the other to house the remaining three lenses. Note that the lens direction has changed since the last iteration. We have two telephoto lenses onboard, one 120mm periscope-style camera that offers up to 10x lossless zooming and the other a standard 2-3x zoom lens.
Lastly, the 108MP primary wide and a 12mm equivalent focal length ultra-wide-angle camera round off this setup on the Mi 11 pro. The 120X zooming is achieved with a mix of software magic and the dual telephoto array. The handset is expected to be added soon to the Xiaomi price list.
Like the cheaper Mi 11, the Mi 11 Pro also runs on the latest Snapdragon 888, but more to the point, it’ll fast charge over a whopping 120W. According to rumors, it can fully charge Mi 11 Pro’s 4000 mAh battery in under 20 minutes.
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Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro Price in Pakistan & Specs
The Xiaomi Mi 11 screen was a big highlight at the launch event. And the Pro variant reportedly borrows the same display. Mi 11 Pro’s is a 6.81” OLED panel that hits a QHD+ resolution at 120Hz, while sampling for touches at 480Hz — the most responsive in any smartphone at the time of this writing. It’s all toughened with Gorilla Glass Victus.