Almost two years after the release of the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 and Mi Note 10 Pro, the Chinese manufacturer is finally preparing to unveil their successors. The main technical characteristics of the two smartphones are now known.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 was released in China under the name CC10, a smartphone created for young people who love photography. At the end of the year, the Chinese manufacturer is expected to unveil its CC11, which should arrive in Europe as the Xiaomi Mi Note 11.
According to the Chinese leaker “Panda is bald” on Weibo, we now know that the Xiaomi Mi Note 11 will be equipped witha 90 Hz OLED display, while the previous version had to be content with 60 Hz. In addition, the smartphone will be powered by a Snapdragon 778G or 780G.
Photo side, the mid-range smartphone would use a 64 MP sensor and a telephoto lens. The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 that we were able to test used a 108 MP sensor as well as a telephoto lens allowing 5X optical zoom. A 64 MP sensor was used on the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite, but we don’t know if a Lite version is also planned this year.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 11 Pro could fix the biggest flaw of the POCO F3
In addition to the classic version, Xiaomi will also unveil a CC11 Pro, or Mi Note 11 Pro. According to “Panda is bald”, it will be powered by a Snapdragon 870, the same processor as the recent POCO F3. However, the smartphone should also focus on photography, an area where the POCO F3 doesn’t really shine.
Indeed, the smartphone would use a 1 / 1.3 inch main sensor, is as large as smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. For the moment, we do not know the exact photo configuration, but il would be accompanied by a periscope allowing a 5X optical zoom.
The leaker notes that the smartphone will not use Samsung’s 200 MP sensor, since it would be reserved for the Xiaomi Mi 12. The Chinese manufacturer’s flagship will be unveiled in December, shortly after the presentation of the Snapdragon 895 high end at Snapdragon Summit.
Finally, he teaches us that the Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 will use an ISOCELL GN1S sensor from Samsung, the successor to the ISOCELL GN1 of the Vivo X50 Pro + and X60 Pro +. Unfortunately for us, the Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 would be reserved for the Chinese market, and therefore should not be presented in France.