Is Xiaomi Mi 11 With Snapdragon 875 Coming Sooner Than Samsung Galaxy S21?

Qualcomm will hold the Snapdragon Technology Summit on December 1. At the same time, it will release a new generation of flagship platform Snapdragon 875. For users, the most concerned and important issue is to know when can they buy smartphones powered by it. And now, we wonder whether the Xiaomi Mi 11 will debut it.

It was previously revealed that Samsung will release the Galaxy S21 series in late January. And, it will be the first smartphone that sports Snapdragon 875 chip. The Samsung Galaxy S21 ran out of single-core 1159 and multi-core 4090. The Xiaomi Mi 11 ran out of single-core 1102 and multi-core 4113.

If Samsung chooses to release the Galaxy S21 series in January, Xiaomi, which has been debuting the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 series flagship platform in the Chinese market, will naturally choose to release the Snapdragon 875 flagship in January or even earlier. In fact, judging from the new machine release convention at the beginning of this year, the Xiaomi Mi 10 also launched the Snapdragon 865 processor in China. So, it is normal for the Xiaomi Mi 11 to launch the Snapdragon 875 in China next year.

What else?

Today, a Weibo blogger released two pictures saying “See you at the end of the year.”

One kind of speculation is that these two phones are the Xiaomi Mi 11 and the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro. Moreover, it will be the first flagship processor with the Snapdragon 875.

Judging from the picture, this Weibo blogger suggests that the Xiaomi Mi 11 uses a straight screen. Meanwhile, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro uses a hyperboloid screen. However, both adopt a hole-punch screen placed in the upper center part of the display.

The most important information is that we will be able to see the Snapdragon 875 smartphone by the end of the year. As for the time to market, it may not be available until January 2021.

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