While we are still waiting for the international version of the Xiaomi Mi 11, its big brother the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro is expected to arrive in China next month. Today, we know more about the power of wireless charging, which will be the most efficient on the market.
Indeed, according to the famous Digital Chat Station leaker, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro can boast of having the fastest wireless charging, since it will reach 67 W.
A month away from its presentation, several aspects of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro still remain unknown. We do know, however, that the high-end smartphone will have a powerful 120X zoom, like the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra last year. Moreover, the screen should be identical to that of the Mi 11, which was presented at the end of December.
Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro: wireless charging in just half an hour
Digital Chat Station notes that the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will have a total of 200 W, if we add the wired charging, wireless charging and reverse charging. We know that the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will have the same wired charging as the Mi 10 Ultra, that is to say 120 W. Wireless charging would be 67 W. Finally, reverse charging should be around 13W.
So it looks like Xiaomi still hasn’t decided to include the powerful 80W wireless charging that it presented at the end of 2020. This allowed a 4000 mAh battery to be recharged in just 19 minutes. With 67 W we can expect the Mi 11 Pro to be able to charge in about half an hour.
XDA Developers, who had been the first to find evidence of the existence of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro in the MIUI source code, corroborated this information. Indeed, a member of the XDA community found a line of code ” keyguard_wireless_strong_charge_67w »In the latest version of the MIUI 12.5 overlay. This overlay should revolutionize the user experience on Xiaomi smartphones, since the Chinese manufacturer has not stopped comparing it to Apple’s iOS.
Digital Chat Station also mentioned that the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will havea 50 MP main sensor, the Samsung ISOCELL GN2, whose performance would exceed that of the OV48C of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra. The latter had allowed Xiaomi to position itself in the TOP 3 in the DXOMARK photo ranking, just behind Huawei. With such a sensor, we then expect the Mi 11 Pro to do much better than its predecessor. We will have to wait some time before being able to discover Xiaomi’s high-end smartphone, since it is not expected before the Chinese New Year.
Source: Digital Chat Station