Xiaomi’s Mi 10 series is nearing the end of its life as the company is reportedly working on a premium smartphone lineup. Known simply as the Mi-11, the smartphone series is rumored to come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 processor.
According to new reports, Xiaomi’s Mi 11 will come with a 48-megapixel ultra-wide camera. It is also better than a better image will come with stability.
So far, there’s no word on whether the leaked camera specs are for the Pro version or the Mi11’s vanilla variant.
Xiaomi’s Mi-11 series is expected to launch in late January or February. The smartphone lineup could also be among the first to be available with Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 875 processor.
Traditionally, Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S series offers the first flagship Qualcomm chip. Last year, Xiaomi’s Mi10 and Mi10 Pro were among the first to offer Snapdragon 865 processors.
According to Gizmochina, the Mi10 and Mi10 Pro were the only second in the Galaxy S20 series to offer the Pro chip.
Separately, Xiaomi is working on newer and better camera technology. The company unveiled a new camera lens that is capable of receiving 300% more light and clicking up to 20% faster images.
In an official video, Xiaomi has unveiled a camera lens that protrudes from the body of the phone, much like a point-and-shoot zoom camera. This concept is very similar to the zoom of Samsung’s Galaxy.
The company did not disclose when it will make the technology available on commercial handsets. Could this be the MI11 series? We’ll have to wait a few months to find out.