Not long ago, Lei jun announced that the new Mi 11 series flagship will be the first to launch the brand new Snapdragon 888 mobile platform, which caused quite a stir in the digital circle, after all, the first launch of the latest Snapdragon flagship processor has always been the patent of Samsung. With the “official announcement” of the Mi 11 series, it is indicated that the release of this series of models is not far away. Now comes the latest news. Recently, some netizens have found that the mobile phone case of the suspected Mi 11 series has been put on shelves and sold in third-party stores in advance.
According to the latest information released by netizens, the new Mi 11 series is basically the same as the previously exposed information. The new Mi 11 series will contain at least two versions of Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro. There is a big difference in the modeling of the rear phase machine module. The Mi 11 Pro adopts a matrix layout with four cameras in the rear. However, different from the common matrix phase model, the Mi 11 Pro adopts a horizontal layout for the first time with unique features.
Elsewhere, according to previous reports, the new Mi 11 series will continue to have a perforated curved screen, both of which will support a 120Hz refresh rate, but the position of the front camera appears to be different, with the front camera opening in the upper left corner of the screen and the Xiaomi 11 Pro with a hole in the center. In addition, the biggest highlight of the machine is that it will be equipped with the brand new Snapdragon 888 processor for the first time in the world, which is manufactured by the latest Samsung 5nm process and integrated with snapdragon X60 5G baseband. This is also the first integrated flagship mobile platform of Qualcomm with built-in baseband, which fully supports 5G network technology.
The new Mi 11 flagship is expected to be released as early as this month and go on sale in January next year. If the news is true, it will be the first Snapdragon 888 to be available next year. More details to come, we’ll see.