Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra leak shows 120x zoom and two screens.
Xiaomi already seems to have ready its next flagship for 2021. And no, it’s not the Xiaomi Mi 11 that landed in many countries a few days ago. A leak came from YouTube channel Tech Buff has given us a first look at what would be the new Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, the successor to Xiaomi’s most extreme smartphone to date.
A small secondary display is at the back of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra
In the video, which at this point has already been removed, the YouTuber allows us to take a look at Xiaomi’s new device, with model number M2102K1G. Said device stands out for having a huge photographic module on the back, which seems to hide more secrets than we could imagine at first glance.
In addition to a 50MP main camera, a 48MP ultra-wide-angle sensor, and a telephoto sensor of the same resolution as the previous one, with 120x zoom, we find a secondary screen of reduced size and elongated format, probably dedicated to preview the images before capturing them, and thus serve as a support when taking selfies using one of the rear cameras.
Xiaomi has also included the ”120X Ultra Pixel AI Camera” serigraphy, although this stamp may change in the final version of the phone, after all, what we see today seems to be a prototype.
The leak also allows us to take a look at other aspects of the phone, such as its 6.8-inch curved screen based on OLED technology and with a refresh rate of 120Hz, or the inclusion of a 20MP selfie sensor in a small hole located in the upper left corner of the screen.
There is also talk of Gorilla Glass Victus protection and IP68 certification against water and dust. Of course, the Snapdragon 888 would be the processor that would give life to this model, backed by a 5,000mAh battery capacity with fast charging, both wired and wireless, with 67W of maximum power.