Xiaomi’s latest flagship comes with a mini display attached next to its rear camera setup and more exciting feature upgrades.
Xiaomi’s latest venture with the new Mi 11 Ultra comes with a high-end Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G enabled processor and offers a RAM of up to 12GB. The latest flagship also provides users with a 512GB internal storage, a 5000 mAH battery supporting both wired and wireless fast charging at 67W (100% in 36-39 minutes), and features reverse charging.
Similar to most modern smartphones, Mi11 Ultra comes with a huge AMOLED display scaling 6.81 inches (1440 x 3200 pixels) and a refresh rate up to 120 Hz. The display also boasts of an impressive brightness at 1700 nits enhancing readability even during broad daylight. In terms of protection, the phone is dust and water resistant with an IP68 rating, has a Gorilla glass front and a ceramic back.
While the front side of M11 features a mainstream whole punch 20MP camera; the rear side of the phone is where the major upgrades take place. Mi’s latest flagship is the first smartphone to use Samsung’s Isocell GN2 sensor. The rear camera is a triple-lens setup offering the world’s largest sensor with a 50MP Isocell GN2 wide-angle lens, a 48MP telephoto lens and a 48MP ultra-wide lens. The camera also supports 5x optical zoom and is capable of 8k video recording locked up to 24fps. Other than the powerful camera, the phone also features a compact secondary AMOLED touch-screen display placed right next to the triple-lens setup on its rear side. This secondary screen is sized 1.1 inch (126 x 294 pixels) and can be used to display notifications, date & time, call/message alerts, battery status, default and pre-loaded images/text and can also act as a tiny view finder for the main camera to capture high-quality selfies.