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Xiaomi Mi 11: First details about the new top smartphone leaked

Last updated on March 9, 2021

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Xiaomi has only recently introduced two surprisingly good and cheap Android smartphones, the Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro, but already now the successor is announced with the Mi 11. The first details sound promising. GIGA informs you.

Xiaomi Mi 11 with better camera

The Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has brought two good high-end mobile phones onto the market with the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro, which were simply too expensive for Germany with 800 and 1,000 Euros. Therefore, shortly afterwards, two cheaper models were released, the Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro, which are considerably cheaper and therefore generate more interest. It is still unclear in which price category the Xiaomi Mi 11 will play. But it is now clear that it will be equipped with the new Snapdragon 875 processor. This should make it one of the fastest Android phones on the market when it is released.

Weibo, Xiaomi wants to update not only the processor of the Mi 11, but also the camera. The main camera should stay at 108 MP, but should be one generation better. The super wide angle is also supposed to increase from 13 to 48 MP and thus provide a much better picture quality. Especially the low-light performance could be visibly improved by pixel binning. Xiaomi is also likely to make a further effort with the software in order to catch up with the competition in this area.

Xiaomi wants to reinvent the smartphone camera:

When does the Xiaomi Mi 11?


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Currently it is assumed that Xiaomi wants to introduce and launch the Mi 11 at the beginning of 2021. Then it would compete directly against the Samsung Galaxy S21, which is also expected in this period. Both manufacturers want to profit from Huaweis’ weakness and thus gain even more market share. Samsung has thus become number one again, while Xiaomi has advanced to third place. Huawei on the other hand continues to lose ground.

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