The well-known Weibo blogger revealed today that the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will adopt a super-large aperture lens, a three-camera solution. Moreover, the smartphone will support 120x zoom shooting.
In addition, the same blogger also confirmed that Mi 11 Pro will not adopt a vertical triple-camera alignement similar to Mi 10. This also confirms the authenticity of the rendering of the machine that has previously flowed out on the Internet. The rendering shows that the machine is horizontal. The arranged four-camera modules are similar to the Mi 11 design scheme overall.
Previously, the same blogger revealed that the screen parameter form of the Mi 11 Pro is exactly the same as that of the Mi 11. The main difference between this machine and the Mi 11 is in the back. Thus, it will still feature a 6.81-inch 2K quad-curved display with a pixel density of up to 515PPI. Further, it supports a 120Hz refresh rate and a 480Hz touch-controlled sampling rate.
The smartphone sports the DCI-P3 color gamut display, with peak brightness up to 1500nit. In addition, according to the previous MIUI leaked code, Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will also support MEMC video frame supplement, video real-time SDR to HDR, and other functions. Combining Xiaomi’s existing technical reserves and the competitive situation of rivals, the wired charging speed of the Mi 11 Pro may be 120 watts. And the battery capacity may be 5000mAh+.