Slowly but surely, the annoying old notches and punch holes for selfie cameras will become obsolete. For plenty of time, there had been rumors online about phones packed with under-display cameras, and the scenario is finally becoming a reality. Xiaomi plans to release its Mi 11 smartphone, a gadget that will be featuring an invisible front camera.
Xiaomi is best known for building powerful phones at affordable prices, a combination that everybody loves. It will most likely do the same with Mi 11, and we won’t have to wait too long to convince ourselves.
Release time: early 2021
A noted tipster announced the premium Xiaomi smartphone Mi 11, and the gadget will be featuring an under-display camera. But the good news is far from over, as the upcoming device will be one of the first ones to sport the Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 SoC chipset.
According to the same leaker, the two Chinese brands Xiaomi and Vivo are currently working on some Snapdragon 875 smartphones. There’s a potential release date of “before the Spring Festival”. Considering that the 2021 edition of the Spring Festival (aka the Chinese New Year) starts on February 12, we might see Xiaomi Mi 11 in stores during the first month of 2021.
Twitter user Digital Chat Station writes:
The new Snapdragon 875 models have been planned for the launch time, and they will basically get together in Q1 next year. I know that there are two that are preparing to release before the Spring Festival, so they have to start stocking at the end of the year.
Xiaomi released plenty of powerful phones in the recent past, and we can mention: Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, Xiaomi Black Shark 3, Xiaomi Mi 9, Xiaomi Redmi Note 9S, Xiaomi Mi 9 SE. A mini Mi 9, Xiaomi Black Shark 2, Xiaomi Mi Mix 3, and more.
What are your own expectations for Xiaomi Mi 11? Let us know in a comment!
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