The Xiaomi Mi 11 has since been official and all attention is now geared towards the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro. Usually, the Xiaomi Mi 11 standard version and the Pro version will arrive at the same launch event. However, in the race to the finish line for the Snapdragon 888, Xiaomi probably had to shift the launch date for the Mi 11 backward.
According to a new render that hit the web today, the front of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro is exactly the same as the regular model. The punch-hole size, position, and bezels thickness are the same on both phones.
This means that in terms of design, the biggest difference between both smartphones is on the rear. Previous renders show that the Xiaomi Mi Pro will come with a quad-rear camera design. The cameras will align evenly in two rows and the LED flash will be on the right. At present, most mobile phones use a rear vertical matrix camera.
In other words, the overall design of the Xiaomi Mi 11 series is technically the same. Also, there are reports that the Mi 11 Pro will not be very thin. However, we do not know the exact dimensions for now.
Xiaomi will mass produce 80W wireless charging in first half of this year.— T4TeCH (@T4TeCH99) January 14, 2021
Might come with Mi 11 Pro or Ultra? pic.twitter.com/ADTPspO6UJ
Xiaomi's next flagship Android phone may support crazy fast 80W wireless charging https://t.co/30ui2pSMT4— Android Central (@androidcentral) January 14, 2021
Xiaomi's upcoming Mi 11 Pro could be one of the most exciting flagship phones of the year https://t.co/30ui2pSMT4— Android Central (@androidcentral) January 14, 2021
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