A Filipino YouTuber has uploaded the hands-on review of the unannounced Xiamoi Mi 11 Ultra on his channel, Tech Buff PH. However, the said video is no longer accessible as it has been taken down by YouTube. The Filipino YouTuber shared the Mi 11 Ultra in black and white variants. The handset is believed to be the M2021K1G that has been recently certified by European and Indian Standards agencies. The Mi 11 Ultra is sporting a big camera bump (having triple camera set-up) which almost occupies the top portion of the back portion. The camera houses a periscope zoom lens, 120X Ultra Pixel AI Camera, a triple LED flash unit for better captures in poor lighting conditions, and a “secondary screen”. The secondary screen can display any app present on the phone and it would help to click beautiful selfie captures using the rear cameras. With these specifications, it is looking like this would be a camera oriented smartphone by Xiamoi.
Mi Ultra 11 is expected to be a camera-centric smartphone by Xiaomi
Even before the YouTuber leaked the Mi 11 Ultra on the Internet, there have been several news/rumours about the specifications of this upcoming Mi Smartphone. This unannounced Mi smartphone, which seems to be running on MIUI 12.5, is expected to rest on 6.8 inch OLED screen with curved edges. The smartphone is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass Victus. Also, the IP368 certification provides resistance against water and dust. Powered by the latest snapdragon 888 processor, this smartphone sports enhanced versions of LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 Storage. Mi 11 Ultra is rumoured to be powered by 5000mAh battery along with 67W fast wireless charging and 10W reverse charging support.
Xiaomi has not hinted on launch date and pricing of Mi Ultra 11
The camera remains one of the most talked-about features in this Mi Smartphone. It is rumoured to be sporting a 20-mega Pixel punch hole camera. Coming to the rear camera, as has already been said above, this smartphone houses triple rear camera set up. The primary camera is expected to be a 50-megapixel shooter along with the support of a 48 MP for wide-angle shots and 48 MP telephoto lenses. As is seen in the YouTube video, Mi Ultra would support 10X optical zoom. For exact specifications and features, we have to wait for the official announcement by Xiamoi. As of now, there has been no word on the launch date and pricing by Xiamoi.