The Xiaomi Mi 11 was launched in China about a week ago, being the first high-end smartphone to be launched in 2021 and also the first to officially arrive with the Snapdragon 888 processor.
Now, at a time when we are still waiting for its global presentation, the image of what may have been the first fatal accident of the Xiaomi Mi 11 appears. The photograph was published on the Chinese social network Weibo and although it was not revealed exactly what happened to the smartphone, it’s easy to see that it was certainly not very common.
The photo shows the Mi 11 totally destroyed, having a fold of practically 90º in its upper half and the rear panel totally broken.
It is not possible to understand exactly what caused the Xiaomi Mi 11 to split in half, but there are several hypotheses suggested in the comments to the publication. One of the most obvious suggestions is that the smartphone would be in the user’s back pocket and when he sat down, the worst happened.
Even so, it seems unlikely that this could be the end result of this scenario, being possible that it ended up “staging” the photograph.
This event leaves us with serious doubts as to a possible weak point in the construction of the new top of the range, and the publication of the first resistance tests is even more awaited.
Xiaomi Mi 11 is about to arrive in Europe and does not come alone
Although it has not been officially revealed, it seems that the latest top of the range Xiaomi will be scheduled for presentation next January 12th, and that it will not arrive alone.
During the event held in China, only the Mi 11 ended up being presented, with no information being revealed by a desired Pro model. Apparently, this model will be presented exclusively for global markets, promising great improvements in the photographic segment and also with regard to to fast charging technology.
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