Xiaomi uprooted out all the digital depots Monday(March 29) to reveal one of its smartphone royalty jewels, the Mi 11 Ultra. The said reveal is a part of a two-day launch celebration in which the Chinese organization also debuted its initial foldable phone.
The Mi 11 Ultra, announced beside the Mi 11 Lite and Mi 11 Lite 5G, is brimming. It includes the kind of top-of-the-line specs you all might presume of one of those highest-profile Android phones concerning 2021. It also features a secondary display.
Although its standout reform is a second screen, a characteristic that’s even more amazing when analyzing the Mi 11 Ultra is not a foldable mobile.
Xiaomi’s cutting tip Mix series is final with the Mi Mix Fold – innovative features pack its first foldable phone. Such complete so that the folding display may not indeed be the most exciting element on the phone.
There’s a display on the face, of course — a 6.81-inch AMOLED panel. But there’s likewise a second, tiny screen located on the vast camera bulge to the three rear cameras’ benefit.
That performance takes the form of a 1.1-inch AMOLED, which Xiaomi responds to help info and alerts like battery life, the background, and incoming calls if the phone is face down. More importantly, it showcases selfie previews. This means that users can rely on the Mi 11 Ultra’s three “pro-grade” rear cameras to catching selfies.
The Mi 11 Ultra’s rear camera module consists of a 50-megapixel prime sensor. It is a 48-megapixel wide-angle eyepiece and a 48-megapixel periscope-style telephoto lens. Writing on the vast camera bump lists “120x.”
This exceeds Samsung’s trademark 100x Space Zoom peculiarity viewed on current Ultra versions of the S20, S21, and Note 20. Plus, this has 10x optical zoom, delivering the Mi 11 Ultra a real zoom king.
While you would await a flagship, the Mi 11 Ultra holds a laundry list of specs too:
Xiaomi’s Mi 11, launched globally earlier this time, shares many traits, including a particular processor, display, and speakers.
Further to Mi 11 Ultra, and Xiaomi’s more general Mi line, is an IP68 grade for water and dust protection. According to the organization, a “stress relief valve” is vital in maintaining the design to withstand water submersion for 30 minutes at a deepness of 1.5m.
Xiaomi didn’t publish rates outside of China, but these 256GB variants, the design, introducing internationally, will sell for 6,499 yuan (around $990, £715, or AU$1,295).
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