The Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro smartphone will be available soon. Today, Chang Cheng, the vice president of Xiaomi Group, posted on Weibo about people good in English. The post also includes an image that shows the Mi 11 series global release.
Although Xiaomi did not give a specific launch time, the “Mi 11 Series” in the poster may imply the Mi 11 Pro version. According to the latest posts, the screen parameters of the Mi 11 Pro will differ from the standard version. The main difference will be in the rear lens module, or it will use a new super-outsole main camera. Moreover, it will probably support a 120x periscope telephoto lens, using the Sony IMX586 sensor. On top of all that, the Mi 11 uses a 55W wired +50W wireless charging solution, while Xiaomi 11 Pro will use a 120W fast charging. In addition, it will likely support IP68 waterproof and large-capacity batteries.
In 2020, Xiaomi was the biggest winner in the domestic smartphone market. According to analysts, Xiaomi sold 44.4 million smartphones in the global market in the 3Q2020, ranking third in the world with a market share of 12.1%. Thus, during the dual impact of the global epidemic and downturn in the market, Xiaomi won this title in the global smartphone market.
Furthermore, in the 3Q of the last year, the overseas market revenue of Xiaomi reached 39.8 billion yuan ($6.16 billion). This ratio surpassed the domestic market revenue (32.4 billion yuan) for the first time.
The upcoming Xiaomi 11 series global conference promises to win the first good start in overseas markets this year.