When Xiaomi launched the Mi 11 flagship earlier this ear, the company skipped the Mi 11 Pro which used to be a part of the flagship series right from time. The company didn’t even make any information available if it will launch a Pro version for the Mi 11.
A Weibo tipster has now revealed that the Mi 11 Pro will be launched in mid-March. He also disclosed that the flagship model will be launched alongside the Mi 11 Pro Ultra. This is still a rumor but it aligns with a previous rumor that the Mi 11 Pro will launch in March. Xiaomi is yet to reveal any detail about the launch.
The Mi 11 Pro is said to retain the design style of the Mi 11 but will have some upgrades in areas such as the camera and charging technology. The Mi 11 Pro will have a periscope telephoto lens and 120W fast charging technology just like on the Mi 10 Extreme Commemorative edition.
Recently, a set of protective cases said to be for the Mi 11 Pro appeared online. The renders give us a look at the rear camera design of the Mi 11 Pro. The leak shows the camera will be similar to the Mi 11 with three sensors but at the bottom, the square-shaped module solidifies rumors of a periscope camera onboard the device.
In addition, the Mi 11 Pro will also have an improved main camera sensor. It will reportedly launch with Samsung’s latest ISOCELL GN2 sensor, which has 50-megapixels and a 1/2.12-inch ultra-large aperture which is currently the largest in the industry.
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