Chinese phone manufacturer Xiaomi’s latest flagship, the Mi 11, has been launched as the first phone in the world to receive its power from the Snapdragon 888 processor. The smartphone, which went on sale at the beginning of January, attracted all the attention by selling more than 1 million, although it did not come out in many countries including Turkey. The phone, which reached 350,000 on the day it went on sale, also created expectations for the pro model. But Xiaomi did not announce the Mi 11 Pro next to the standard version, unlike its previous phone, the Mi 10 5G. However, he is planning for a new professional model to arrive soon. In this article, like all professional models, we have compiled for you what is expected of the Mi 11 Pro, which is expected to have better features and, of course, a higher price tag.
Mi 11 Pro features known so far
First, the Mi 11 Pro is expected to have a 2K AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, as in the standard model. It is also thought that the Mi 11 Pro will have the same screen size as the standard version.
At the same time, the Mi 11 Pro is expected to use the Snapdragon 888, which is included in the standard model. In addition to the powerful processor, the Mi 11 Pro will allegedly have up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
In addition, let’s note that there is a possibility that Xiaomi will announce its version for the Mi 11 Pro with 16GB of RAM, which comes with 512GB of storage.
According to another leak, the Mi 11 Pro is thought to have a battery capacity of 5000mAh. So much so that it can be said that this is a significant increase compared to the Mi 11’s 4600 mAh battery. Faster wired and wireless charging support is expected to come with the standard version.
Other expectations include the smartphone having Quick Charge 5 support. In addition to all these expectations, the features that are likely to be included in the phone are thought to be stereo speakers, an in-screen fingerprint scanner that should double as a heart rate scanner, NFC, IR sensor, Wi-Fi 6 and even Wi-Fi 6E, as in the standard version.
Looking at the camera side of the Mi 11 Pro, the Mi 11 Pro is expected to have four rear cameras and 120x zoom support, according to claims. According to public estimates, the Mi 11 Pro is thought to have a camera configuration similar to the Mi 10 Ultra. According to this idea, the Pro device means a 48MP main camera, a 48MP camera with OIS, a 12MP telephoto camera and a 20MP ultra-wide camera for a periscope lens that brings 120x hybrid zoom.
As a result, there are claims that the Mi 11 Pro will be announced after spring break. That means it could be released before the end of this month. Just like in the standard version, the phone is expected to be introduced in China before making a global debut.