Our authentic sources have confirmed that Xiaomi will launch the Mi 11 Ultra on Monday 29th March 2021. We are also expecting the Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11 Lite will also be announced at the event. Some earlier leaks suggested specifications about the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. Point to be noted that the marketing material was Chinese and a separate but simultaneous event is happening there. So maybe the phone will be shown off, but only launched in China. We still don’t have any idea about the price, but it’ll likely cost a lot. The expected price will supposedly around $1,000 as we have heard a few Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra rumors, but some of them don’t quite seem convincing.
A leak showed a phone with a second screen on the back to be used as a viewfinder for selfies, as well as 120x digital zoom on the camera. The second screen would ensure the front of the phone wouldn’t need a selfie camera. This is a strategy the Nubia Z20 used, so it shouldn’t be considered an entirely new idea. Something you must know about the Mi 11 Ultra is that it will have a 50MP main sensor designed by Samsung which hasn’t been used in a phone before. It is noteworthy that the Mi 11 had a 108MP main camera, but this 50MP sensor seems to have a large pixel size, so it could be better for photography.
A famous leaker also provided some major specs about Mi 11 Ultra. The smartphone is reported to have a 2K screen and 120Hz refresh rate (similar to the Mi 11), a screen that curves at all 4 edges. The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra also has 67W wireless charging which would be the fastest of any smartphone. It was also said that the new device will have the Snapdragon 888 chipset and 12GB RAM. The company has also confirmed that the Mi 11 Ultra will have a new type of battery and will be made of the silicon-oxygen anode, which is apparently thinner than most phone batteries with fast charging support.