Xiaomi announced the Mi 11 series yesterday, but the event saw only one phone with the Pro version suspiciously missing.
According to reliable leakster Digital Chat station, there is a Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro but it will arrive after the Chinese New Year (also known as Spring Festival) on February 12, 2021.Alleged Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro renders
The Xiaomi Mi 11 arrived with an improved display and charging capabilities over the predecessor Xiaomi Mi 10. However, the 108MP sensor for the main camera is exactly the same one-year-old Samsung ISOCELL HM1 and the phone lacks any kind of telephoto lens. The Mi 11 Pro will fix this and will come with an “improved camera” and “faster charging”, according to the leakster.
It is a real possibility for the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro to be introduced during the vanilla Mi 11 global launch, but we'll probably hear more about it as the time approaches.
It's interesting to hear what different people want from a phone. With a technical background, all I really care about is features. I big battery sounds great, but I care more about how long you can use the phone without charging. A faste...
Dear Xiaomi, Santa never stepped by my christmas tree. I only request that new poco f3 pro mix spec with mi 10 ultra resulting in sd888, amoled 120hz flat screen, jack3.5, pop-up cam, lpddr5, ufs3.1, omnivision image sensor and 120 fast charging.
Sadly, Xiaomi decided to discontinue MI 10 Pro and not to launch Mi 10 Ultra Global Version.