Previously, the vice president of Xiaomi Group Chang Cheng revealed on Weibo that the Mi 11 smartphone will soon be released globally. There are also several rumors that it will be available in February. Thus, it will likely hit the market after the Spring Festival (February 12). As of today, the Mi 11 Global Edition has obtained FCC certification.
FCC certification documents show that the global version of the Xiaomi Mi 11 has three models: 6/128GB, 8/128GB, and 8/256GB. This indicates that the global version will not launch a 12GB memory version. On the other hand, the Chinese version does not have the 6GB+128GB version but offers the 12GB+256GB version.
The FCC document also shows that the Xiaomi Mi 11 is a dual-SIM phone without a microSD card slot. The software version listed by the FCC is MIUI 12 (presumably 12.5). The electronic label shows that this phone supports 55W fast charging.
What the FCC document dismissed is the release date and expected price of the global version of Xiaomi Mi 11 Global Edition. As a reminder, the Chinese version starts at 3999 yuan ($618).
Furthermore, there are rumors that the Mi 11 Pro and the Mi 11 Lite will be launched along with this global version next month. The Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will have some changes in terms of camera and charging. Speaking about the Lite version, it will support the Snapdragon 732G SoC. Other features include 6GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of flash storage, a 64MP main camera, 8MP and 5MP sensors, an LCD display with an image refresh rate of 120Hz, etc.