The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra passes the certification in the TENAA and anticipates its arrival on the market



The Xiaomi Mi 11 has been with us since 2020, when the year was coming to an end and the Chinese brand officially presented it in its country. It took a little longer to be a completely international terminal, but it finally took the step and that meant, so they show different leaks, the start of the new family of phones for this 2021.



We have already seen how the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite and the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro are filtered on different occasions, and now It is the turn of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. A phone that has just passed through TENAA in China, which anticipates its next presentation, and of which we already have some characteristics to take to our mouths.






A beast on the brink of presentation



Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra going through TENAA


The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra has gone through TENAA, which tells us two things. The first of them is that it is a real mobile, although its official status cannot be taken for granted until the brand itself presents it. The second one is that your presentation is near as the certification in the TENAA (Asia) or the FCC (West) is one of the last steps before any launch.







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As for the leaked or rumored features we have so far, there is talk of a 6.8-inch OLED panel with curved edges and a hole for the front camera. The screen would have a QHD + resolution and refresh the panel at 120Hz. Nothing is known for now about the touch refresh, but everything indicates that it would also be quite high.



As for the cameras, it is rumored to have 20 megapixels on the front, and a triple system for the rear with unusually wide capabilities. We would speak of 50 megapixels for the main camera, 48 megapixels for a camera with an ultra wide angle lens and another 48 megapixels for a camera with a telephoto lens that would offer up to 120 hybrid magnifications. Three high-capacity sensors.





For the processor, Xiaomi would have opted for the latest generation Snapdragon 888 equipped with LPDDR5 and UFS 3.1 memories, of still unknown capacity. In the battery it is speculated with 5,000 mAh with fast charge of 67W, wireless fast charging also 67W and 10W reverse load. The rear secondary screen has also been leaked on occasion. Nothing we know yet about its presentation date, but the Mi 10 Ultra never left China, will the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra?



Via | Gizmochina