The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is revealed in a getting started video that appeared on YouTube. The sequence confirms several key points from the technical sheet and reveals the design of the smartphone. We especially discover an astonishing secondary screen on the back.
Announced at the end of December 2020 in China, the Xiaomi Mi 11 was recently unveiled in France at a new conference. The smartphone stands out thanks to its Snapdragon 888, fast wired 55W charging, a 6.81 ″ WQHD + AMOLED screen that benefits from a refresh rate of 120 Hz and a triple photo sensor. It will be sold for € 749 in Europe.
Against all expectations, the Chinese brand did not take advantage of the conference to announce the other versions of the Mi 11, including the Mi 11 Pro, Mi 11 Lite and Mi 11 Ultra. This latest model, very high-end, has already been the subject of several leaks. We already know that the Mi 11 Ultra benefits from a 2K 120 Hz screen, unprecedented 67W wireless charging technology, and 16 GB of RAM.
A getting started video reveals the design of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra
Most recently, Phone Buff PH, a reputable Filipino Youtuber, posted a getting started video featuring two Mi 11 Ultra. In the 10-minute sequence, visible below, the videographer manipulates two versions of the smartphone, a black edition and a white variant.
First of all, the video confirms several points of the technical sheet. The Mi 11 Ultra is powered by a 5000 mAh battery and sublimated by a curved QHD + 120 Hz OLED screen. On the back, there is a triple photo sensor consisting of a main 50 megapixel sensor, a second 48 megapixel wide-angle module, and a 48 megapixel periscope lens. Xiaomi offers a digital zoom x120, which is mentioned on the photo block.
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Above all, the Chinese manufacturer integrates a secondary screen in the photo block prominent. This mini LCD screen can visibly display any Android application. We imagine that this touch screen will assist the user when taking a selfie with the rear camera.
For now, it is not known when Xiaomi will announce the Mi 11 Ultra. We’ll tell you more as soon as possible. While waiting for more information, feel free to give your opinion in the comments below.