Xiaomi MI 11 Pro To Come With 2K 120Hz Hole-Punch Screen

Xiaomi is expected to be among the first companies to launch a phone with the Snapdragon 875. Smartphones that will sport Snapdragon 875 are the Xiaomi Mi 11 and the Mi 11 Pro. And today, a Weibo blogger said that the upcoming Xiaomi flagship will sport a 2K 120Hz hyperboloid hole-punch screen.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro

Considering the high cost of the 2K 120Hz hyperboloid flexible screen, it is currently only used by high-end flagships, such as Samsung Galaxy S20 series, OPPO Find X2 series, OnePlus 8 Pro, etc.

At this time, Xiaomi is about to release the flagship of the digital series. So it is speculated that the information revealed by the blogger should belong to the Xiaomi Mi 11 series models. The high-end version means that it should be the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro.

Previously, the Weibo blogger also said that the Xiaomi Mi 11 series will debut the Snapdragon 875 flagship processor in China. And the Samsung Galaxy S21 series may be released in January. So, the Xiaomi Mi 11 may also debut in January or even December. To compare, the Samsung Galaxy S21 reached single-core 1159 and multi-core 4090 points. At the same time, the Xiaomi Mi 11 achieved a single-core 1102 and multi-core 4113 points.

Features

Compared with the Mi 10, the Mi 11 series will use a 2K resolution hole punch screen for the first time. On the other hand, the display fineness and smoothness will be significantly improved compared with the Mi 10’s 90Hz + FHD screen.

In addition, we expect the Mi 11 series to support 100W super-fast charging. At present, the Mi 10 Ultra is the first to mass-produce and commercialize 120W fast charging. The top version of the Mi 11 series is expected to support at least 120W charging.

The most important information is that we will be able to see the Snapdragon 875 smartphone by the end of the year.

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