Tomorrow Xiaomi will officially present its flagships Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11 Ultra, but confirmation of the main characteristics of these models has already appeared on the web. And judging by them, the devices received everything that a modern flagship should have. And even more.

Snapdragon 888, 2K, 120Hz, largest camera sensor, 5000mAh, ceramic body and Harman Kardon sound.  Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra marks the title of the best flagship of the year

In general – a single-chip Snapdragon 888 platform, 2K screens with a frequency of 120 Hz, 5000 mAh batteries, Harman Kardon stereo speakers and … IP68 protection. For Xiaomi, the presence of the latter is not yet typical (even for flagships), so the transition to the production of fully protected smartphones can only be welcomed. The presence of IP68 protection is confirmed by the official teaser.

Snapdragon 888, 2K, 120Hz, largest camera sensor, 5000mAh, ceramic body and Harman Kardon sound.  Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra marks the title of the best flagship of the year

And now – about the differences. Dual (wired and wireless) charging appears only in the description of the Mi 11 Pro – this suggests that the Mi 11 Ultra can support even more powerful charging. For example, with a power of 120 W like the Black Shark 4. And the description of the Mi 11 Ultra is distinguished by the mention of a ceramic case. Let us also recall that yesterday Xiaomi revealed details about the unique cooling system, the day before yesterday an innovative battery was confirmed, and a little earlier – the presence of a large sensor Samsung ISOCELL GN2 in an optical format 1 / 1.12 inches in the smartphone.

Snapdragon 888, 2K, 120Hz, largest camera sensor, 5000mAh, ceramic body and Harman Kardon sound.  Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra marks the title of the best flagship of the year
Snapdragon 888, 2K, 120Hz, largest camera sensor, 5000mAh, ceramic body and Harman Kardon sound.  Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra marks the title of the best flagship of the year

At first glance, it may seem that the Mi 11 Pro / Ultra has a lot in common with the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, but in reality, the new Xiaomi products will turn out to be better – with faster charging, better camera and sound. But in terms of screens, there is clearly a parity: the Mi 11 Pro and Ultra use Samsung’s E4 AMOLED panels – they are also used in many other flagships of this year, including the Galaxy S21 Ultra.

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