When presenting the Xiaomi Mi 11 in China, many users showed their disappointment, since the Pro model was not presented. A few days later, the first rumors that the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro would be reserved for its overall presentation.
Although everything indicates that said event is coming soon, there is still no official presentation date for these two smartphones. However, after the first images of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro appeared, it was now the turn to share on the internet the first hands-on photo of the new top of the range.
Unfortunately, the image quality is far from ideal, leaving some doubts as to its veracity. The renders that have circulated so far, show us a photographic module with four large sensors, but the photo presented in this leak seems to have only 3 sensors.
What we know about Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro cameras
It is important to note that this information has not yet been officially confirmed, and is still based on the various rumors that have been circulating.
Regardless of whether it comes with four or three cameras, the details about two of its sensors seem almost certain. The main camera should arrive with the first 50MP sensor used by Xiaomi, while the second will arrive with a periscope lens with a maximum zoom of 120x.
In addition to its cameras, it is also known that the Mi 11 Pro should arrive with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, up to 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage.
Regarding its fast charging capabilities, there is talk of support for charging wired up to 120W and wireless charging at 50W.
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