Xiaomi just launched the Mi 11 with the usual mix of impressive features and an incredible price, but it’s not the only phone to get that name. Usually, the manufacturer only makes a few changes to the Lite, Pro, and Ultra models formula. Still, this time it seems like it has something special prepared for the most expensive version. According to the leak, Mi 11 Ultra will receive a display on the back for selfies.
The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra design revealed in this Tech Buff PH YouTube leak will undoubtedly cause controversy. While it bears some resemblance to the POCO M3 released last year, it takes the camera to the extreme, more extensive and thicker than anything we’ve seen so far.
Despite the size, only three large sensors are housed on the camera bump, including a 50MP primary sensor and a 48MP wide sensor. Perhaps the highlight will be a 48MP telephoto lens with a periscope-style zoom lens touting 120x zoom capability. Whether that means it has a 10x optical zoom this time instead of 5x like the Mi 10 Ultra last year remains to be seen.
The rest of the camera bump space is actually a small screen that mirrors the main screen. We had already seen this trick with the Meizu Pro 7 almost three years ago, and its purpose is almost the same, making it easier to take selfies with the more powerful rear cameras. However, given the size, it might not be easy, but at least you won’t be blindfolding yourself.
The rest of the specs mentioned in the video are pretty much identical to the Xiaomi Mi 11, except for a larger battery, IP68 dust and water resistance, and support for 67W fast wired and wireless charging. It is currently unknown when Xiaomi plans to announce the device.