Xiaomi has recently unveiled the Xiaomi Mi 11 flagship smartphone in China. Rumors are rife that the more advanced Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will break cover by February or March. Some reports have also speculated on the existence of a phone called Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 4G. Recently, it was revealed by a tipster the Mi 11 Lite could be among the nine new phones that Xiaomi has reportedly planned to launch in early 2021. It is even being said that the same phone or its variant could be debuting as the POCO F2 in some regions. A new video that talks about the specs of the Mi 11 Lite 4G have appeared on a Vietnamese YouTube account named The Pixel.
The YouTuber has shown the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite in two color variants such as blue and black. It appears like a stripped-down version of the Mi 11 flagship. The renders shared by the YouTuber suggest that the Mi 11 Lite has a flat display with a punch-hole design. The square-shaped camera module on its rear looks like a plain version of the camera housing available on the Mi 11.
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Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite Specifications (Rumored)
The YouTuber revealed that the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite has a display that offers a 120Hz refresh rate. Hopefully, it carries support for Full HD+ resolution. There is no word on the front camera of the device. It is mentioned in the video that the phone has an IPS LCD panel, which indicates it should be equipped with a side-facing or a rear-positioned fingerprint scanner. However, the fingerprint sensor is not visible in the renders.
Moving forward, the Snapdragon 732G chipset is said to power the Mi 11 Lite. At present, the POCO X3 is the only phone in the market that features the SD732G chip. The video further mentions that the Mi 11 Lite has 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. The rear camera setup includes a 64-megapixel main camera, an 8-megapixel secondary lens, and a 5-megapixel.
The YouTuber has claimed that the Mi 11 Lite will be sold in Vietnam by the end of March with a pricing of around 7500,000 VND (~$324) or 800,000 VND (~$346). Since there are some discrepancies with the renders, it is advisable to digest the leak with a grain of salt.
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