Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro: huge battery, ultra fast charging and top camera on the way

Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro: huge battery, ultra fast charging and top camera on the way
Several weeks have passed since the official release of the Xiaomi Mi 11 and the attention of the fans of the Chinese brand now seems to be all about the launch of the next Pro model, which according to the latest rumors could arrive as early as March. According to the well-known leaker DigitalChatStation, the alleged Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro could count on a much larger battery than the standard Mi 11, as confirmed in a new post appeared on Weibo.

Leak Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro According to what reported by the leak leaked online, the Mi 11 Pro would feature a dual-cell 5,000mAh battery. This would mean that, almost certainly, the autonomy of the next top of the range would certainly not represent a problem. This news should then be linked to what Xiaomi would see ready to announce a new smartphone capable of supporting fast wired charging at 200W. That the device in question is precisely the next Mi 11 Pro?

Post Weibo In the last few hours, Xiaomi itself has also announced a new technology, namely the ability to recharge the smartphone wirelessly but without the need for place it on a base. Well it seems that one of the latest leaks circulated on the net states that the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro can represent the first device capable of supporting this technology.

The veracity of this information is still questionable, considering that the new solution it would not be ready to land on the market yet and it is much more likely that Xiaomi will decide to opt for the classic wireless induction charging. It was previously reported that the Mi 11 Pro would be able to charge wirelessly at a whopping 67W.

Leak Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro Moving on to the other features, the Mi 11 Pro should be able to count on a 6.81-inch display, curved on all sides, with a resolution of 3200 x 1440 and a pixel density up to 515ppi. The refresh rate should reach 120Hz while the sampling rate of the touch panel is 480Hz. Under the body, the latest Qualcomm SoC would find space, the Snapdragon 888 with even 16GB of RAM.

The photographic sector, on the other hand, should be able to count on a 50 megapixel main sensor, instead of the one from 108MP previously used, combined with periscopic telephoto lens with support for digital zoom up to 120x.

As mentioned, there is great enthusiasm behind the possible arrival on the market of this product and if we consider that, according to the estimates provided from Xiaomi, the Mi 11 was able to sell 1 million units in just three weeks, the Pro variant could represent the next big success for the Chinese giant.

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