The Mi series of Xiaomi bears the Mi logo of the company. Their official site states that Mi stands for “Mobile Internet” but it also signifies other meanings like “Mission Impossible” since the company experienced seemingly impossible challenges to defy.
Well, will the Xiaomi Mi 11 be worthy to bear the logo of the company? Will it become the flagship smartphone of the Mi series? What can be expected of this series?
It seems that with several sites mentioning the leak information about the device and their coming launching before the year ends or the latest will be January 2021, Xiaomi Mi 11 is one of the most anticipated smartphones in the industry.
Aiming to take back the DxOMark highest ranking
Rumors have it that Mi 11 will be the flagship of Xiaomi’s Mi series as it is believed to be coming out with a Snapdragon 875 and is expected to have a much-improved camera even looking at taking back the DxOMark highest ranking spot from the Huawei Mate 40 Pro, the new flagship phone of Huawei who surpassed Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra.
In Wikipedia, DxOMark is described as an independent rating website that evaluates smartphones, lenses and cameras. And give them ratings according to their scientific assessment based on several categories. The rating can become part of the guide for consumers to choose the right device for them.
Mi 11 could become the next flagship smartphone of Xiaomi
The notebookcheck website thinks and anticipated that the range of the camera sensor is between 108 MP (which is the same as Xiaomi Mi Note 10) to as high as 192 MP. And leaked information from Digital Chat Station said of improved features, where the device might have 48 MP ultra-wide-angle lenses with stabilizing image features upgraded and pixel size of 0.8 μm which normally are used in the rear camera.
Igeekphone quoted @TechDay, a digital blogger, who revealed that it will soon be launched, in fact on the 29th of December, with two versions: Mi 11 (as the standard version) and Mi 11 Pro. Both versions support 120Hz refresh rate.
Igeekphone further said that the standard Mi 11 version will adopt a square shape camera while the Mi 11 Pro is anticipated to adopt a horizontal shape. Furthermore, the Mi 11 Pro is expected to support the 100 watt super fast charge, having reference to the previous Mi 10 Ultra that has 120W fast charging.
With these features, it will not be difficult to think that any of the Mi 11 series will become Xiaomi’s next flagship smartphone and perhaps become one of the best camera smartphones available in the market.
Xiaomi has been aggressive in going up the ladder, taking more shares of the sales pie. During the 3rd quarter of 2020, this Chinese giant company surpassed Apple in the 3rd place in terms of global sales of smartphones. Will Xiaomi be able to defend their place or even surpass Huawei in the 2nd place? Will Mi 11 help Xiaomi to do this?