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Xiaomi Is Launching It’s Mi 11 This Month on 29th December

Xiaomi Is Launching It’s Mi 11 This Month

The trend-setting Chinese company Xiaomi has captured the smartphone market with its innovative design and specifications. As highlighted in stats, the company have acquired a third place on global leadership with an outstanding 47.1 million handset sales in the third quarter.

What is Xiaomi’s next big step? 

Xiaomi has announced to launch its Mi 11 at the end of this month. 

The company intends to be the first smartphone brand to bring forth Snapdragon 888 SoC and attract customers around the globe. Exactly why, according to the leaks that surfaced, clearly indicates that the Mi 11 is set to launch this year. The phone was expected to be released in January 2021.

Xiaomi Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro Leaked photo:

According to the information circulating, the smartphone will launch on 29th December 2020. However, it is not certain if the release will be on a global level or will be only in China. The company has yet to announce the specific dates and launch information.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Specifications

The Smartphone is one of Xiaomi’s flagship, and the Mi series has a large customer base due to the features the smartphone offer. Mi 11 is expected to have a 2K resolution display with a phenomenal 120 Hz refresh rate.

Xiaomi smartphones are well-known for their cameras. This is why Mi 11 brings a 50 MP sensor primary camera alongside a 12 MP telephoto. The camera is supported by AI HDR enhancement for users to get the perfect picture.

Xiaomi has also shared battery capacity information about the Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro, which are 4,780 mAh and 4,970 mAh respectively. With the high-end processor and high definition screen, the battery capacity is sufficient to support them. Moreover, both versions are expected to come with 55W fast charging, which is another good news to Xiaomi customers.

With the dates moving closer, Xiaomi will now hold bragging rights to introduce the Snapdragon 888 chipset. This will be another great step by the Chinese company to improve its hold in the mid-range smartphones.

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Written by Syed Muhammad Taha

Syed Muhammad Taha is a blog, article, and website content writer who is passionately using his words to bring an impact. Taha also specializes in Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and writes for different websites. He likes to display his engineering knowledge in his articles and loves to write on Tech and Motivation.


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