The Chinese tech giant Xiaomi released the Xiaomi Mi 11 a few days ago. Now they confirmed to launch the global version of the Xiaomi Mi 11. Today the Xiaomi Mi 11 has popped up on FCC and get certification through FCC. According to rumors, it may launch in February 2021.
According to FCC, the global version of Xiaomi Mi 11 will have three variants- 6/128 GB, 8/128 GB, and 8/256 GB. This suggests that the worldwide version will miss out on the 12GB RAM option.
The Mi 11 is a dual SIM phone with no microSD card slot. The FCC lists the software version as MIUI 12 (presumably, this is 12.5). The E-Label shows that the phone supports 55W fast charging, all of which we already knew.
What the FCC docs don’t show is when exactly the Mi 11 will become available worldwide. And how much it will cost (it starts at CNY 4,000 in China, which works out to $620/€510 but additional taxes will need to be applied). Also, rumor has it that a Mi 11 Pro is coming next month, a Mi 11 Lite also leaked, though it’s not clear if either of those two will join the vanilla Xiaomi Mi 11 is going global.