Xiaomi recently started selling its Mi 11 flagship smartphone and is now gearing up to launch new devices in the coming weeks. It is set to launch a new variant of the Mi 11 smartphone, which could be Mi 11 Pro or Ultra, and a 67W charger for the same, with model number MDY-12-EF, which has already passed 3C certification.
In line with that, well-known leakster ‘Digital Chat Station’ now claims that Xiaomi is gearing up to launch several new products in the month of March and April. This includes flagship-grade phones, a foldable-screen phone, a new gaming smartphone, an ultra-thin phone, and an entry-level 5G phone.
Some reports indicate that the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra could soon get launched, with support for a 120x zoom, similar to what the company used in the Mi 10 Ultra. It is expected to pack 50MP + 48MP wide-angle lens + 48MP zoom camera. The device will be running the MIUI 12.5 custom UI and have 67W wireless charging support.
As for the smartphone with a foldable screen, a device with model number M2011J18C
Another device with model number M2101K9C has passed TENAA certification which features a 6.55-inch display with a punch-hole in the top-left corner and has a battery capacity of 4,150mAh. The device is quite thin in measurement and is expected to be the Mi 11 Youth Edition
Coming to the gaming smartphone, it is likely to be a device under the Black Shark lineup. The company has already confirmed that it will be launching its next-generation gaming smartphone — Black Shark 4 on 23th March in China.
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