Xiaomi Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro rear panel in some images

Guys the Chinese Tech giant Xiaomi will release its next flagship with a vanilla Mi 11 and a Mi 11 Pro. This is to say that they are releasing soon. That much we are pretty certain of, seeing how it has popped-up in the rumor mill on quite a few occasions already.


Now we get a fresh and good-looking rear design which is clear on some images. So, let’s see and discuss that.

Mi 11 series concept of Image

Cross-referencing the unit’s main camera island arrangement with an earlier case leak for the Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro clearly hints that the vanilla variant appears in this live photoshoot. The phone is only visible from the backside, never the front. And stills originate from an actual product photoshoot set, which can explain some of the oddities. Or, alternatively, they are deliberately “leaked”. Not that it really matters at all, though. We just thought it was worth noting.


In any case, this is a welcome development, since we get to see the actual back design for the Mi 11. Despite the obvious difference in shape and positioning of the main camera module, that particular accent around the main camera sends-off a clear Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra vibe.

Display and cameras

Information on the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro is still a bit scarce, but we do have enough to piece together a rough picture. A QHD+, 120Hz display will have for the Pro model. As for camera setup, the Pro may pack a 50MP main snapper, alongside a 12MP telephoto. The latter complete with MEMC support and AI HDR enhancements. Unfortunately, we are short on details regarding what seems like a triple camera setup on the vanilla Mi 11.

Chipset and Battery

We are fairly certain that both Mi 11 models will be using the Snapdragon 888 chipset. The battery certifications have 4,780 mAh and 4,970 mAh packs for the Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro, respectively. Both likely to get rounded-up to 5,000 mAh in marketing. This close similarity also makes sharing general proportions, design, and even a display between the two modes more likely. Finally, both phones may offer 55W fast charging.

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