Last weekend, new information about the Xiaomi Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro smartphones was revealed in China. Both devices received 3C certification and, with that, more details about the batteries were presented.
The document indicates that the Mi 11 and the Pro version will have battery cells with 2390 mAh and 2480 mAh, respectively. In this case, the numbers refer to just one of the cells, as the battery will be divided into two units to support fast charging.
Therefore, it is possible to state that the actual capacity will be 4,780 mAh (Mi 11) and 4,970 mAh (Mi 11 Pro). Thus, the devices will deliver a battery around 5,000 mAh, following the example of other models in the category.
Also, according to the Chinese website Digital Chat Station, the 55W fast charge support can perform a full charge in just 35 minutes. Undoubtedly, a feature that will please users of new cell phones a lot.
Recently, Xiaomi revealed that the Mi 11 and the Pro version will use the Snapdragon 888 processor. As well, they must use the Android 11 operating system based on MIUI 12.
Rear design photos of the Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro.Source: GSMarena/Reproduction
New back design images
A company that makes covers for Xiaomi’s devices leaked the back design of the Chinese brand’s new smartphones. From this, you can see that the Mi 11 features a triple-camera setup highlighted in a square relief.
Meanwhile, the Mi Pro 11 features four sensors arranged in a rectangular relief. Thus, the presence of a telephoto lens is also confirmed – one of the highlights of this version of the device. The forecast is that the two models reach the market in early 2021.