Xiaomi introduced its latest super flagship phone during its Mega Launch and it comes with two features that will set it apart from the competition and a secondary display and ridiculously fast wireless charging.
The first of these – the secondary screen – may be a tiny panel that lives within the same housing because the camera lenses on the rear . In standby it’ll allow you to ascertain the time, date and battery level; acting as an always-on ambient display.
When active you’ll use it a little monitor for framing selfies using the rear cameras, guaranteeing better quality photos than those from the small hole-punch camera on the front.
This small screen is next to a triple lens that will be described as three “professional grade” cameras.
The main camera uses the impressive and massive 50-megapixel 1 / 1.12-inch Samsung GN2 sensor announced in February, while the ultra-wide periscope camera with 5x optical zoom uses a 48-megapixel equivalent Sony IMX586 sensor.
As for video, the phone can achieve 8K resolution at 24fps and, like the iPhone 12 Pro, it can also record Dolby Vision as HDR10 + compliant footage.
The display on the front can be a true flagship panel, measuring 6.81 inches diagonally and featuring a WQHD + (3200×1440) resolution, 120Hz refresh rates, and a maximum brightness of 1700 nits.
There’s a lot of features inside too and with the Snapdragon 888 processor running the show alongside 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
What’s more, to make sure it can run all day, there is a capacious 5,000mAh battery which makes use of Xiaomi’s proprietary fast wired and wireless charging.
It can be charged back and forth at speeds of 67W using compatible wired or wireless chargers. This means that your wireless charging will be as fast and convenient as normal wired charging. It can be recharged in just 38 minutes.
Not only is the phone high-end on the inside, it’s also high-end on the outside, with its ceramic back panel and IP68 water and mud resistance.
Xiaomi’s latest flagship will continue to be sold at the end of April in the UK, with prices to be announced closer to launch.
As a reminder, Mi 11 Ultra will feature a 6.8-inch 120 Hz AMOLED QHD + E4 display with an integrated fingerprint scanner and the smartphone is powered by the Snapdragon 888 chipset and also offers up to 12GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal storage and Works on MIUI 12.5 compatible with Android 11.
In terms of the camera, the Mi 11 U3ltra has a triple rear camera setup that houses a 50 MP main sensor, a 48 MP ultra-wide angle lens, and a 48 MP periscope lens. The camera module on the back sits in the middle of a 1.1-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 294 x 126 pixels resolution.
For selfies, the smartphone comes with the 20 Mega pixel front camera.
The Mi 11 Ultra is provided with a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 67 W charging. The phone supported 10 W wireless reverse charging and 5 W wired reverse charging, however, the Mi 11 Ultra will accompany 55 W fast charger within the box.
The Mi 11 Ultra uses stereo speakers by Harman Kardon and additionally waterproof and comes with IP68 certifications. The phone are often submerged in water up to 1.5 meters for up to 30 minutes.