Here's your first look at Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro, and it might nail in the camera department
The design of the camera module at the back is completely different as compared to what we have seen in Mi 11.
Xiaomi has just launched its Mi 11 smartphone, which is also the world's first to feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 flagship processor. Although the handset is limited to China and is yet to reach the global markets, we are already coming across rumors about the Mi 11 Pro, which will likely be the more powerful version of the original Mi 11.
The company has not yet confirmed the existence of Mi 11 Pro smartphone. However, according to post on Weibo (via MyDrivers), it will launch this year itself. Some leaked renders have also been posted on the social media website, showing how the Mi 11 Pro would look like. As per the image, the handset is seen in Blue and Silver color variants. Also, it looks like Xiaomi is betting big on the cameras of the Mi 11 Pro.
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The design of the camera module at the back is completely different as compared to what we have seen in Mi 11. The render shows the Mi 11 Pro with four cameras, one of which reportedly has a periscope zoom feature. The 120x inscription indicates that it may get the same digital zooming capabilities as the Mi 10 Pro, which launched last year. Also mentioned is that the ultra-wide camera will have 35mm equivalent focal length of 12mm while the periscope digital zooming may go up to 120mm.
One of the shooters is also said to be sporting a 108-megapixel sensor, which is found in Mi 11. In addition, it has been rumored that the ‘Pro' model will have the exact screen as the Mi 11, which is 6.8-inch QWHD panel with 120Hz refresh rate, 480Hz sampling rate and 1500-nit peak brightness. Needless to say, the Mi 11 Pro might also feature Snapdragon 888 or the rumored Snapdragon 888+.
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