Xiaomi unveiled the newest entry in its Mi flagship line right at the end of 2020: the Mi 11, but only in China. The device’s Global Launch is yet to happen, but the pricing has leaked ahead of it.
Leaked by 91Mobiles, the Mi 11 is going to be priced higher than expected. The device will enter the Flagship Market and have a premium price tag of €799 (~$956). For the higher-end model with more room, there may be a €100 premium.
- Mi 11 (8GB RAM and 128GB Storage) — €799 (~$956)
- Mi 11 (8GB RAM and 256GB Storage)— €899 (~$1,076)
If these prices for Xiaomi Mi 11 end up being legit, they are pretty interesting. Second, they are more costly than the Chinese models, in particular. These phones start at 3,999 Chinese yuan, around $618. Second, with 8GB of RAM, the higher-end model sticks, while the Chinese version comes with 12GB of RAM. If these rates end up being valid, that means buyers in China can get far less money for a higher-spec phone.
For the global version, the Mi 11 requirements should be comparable to the one introduced in China. The smartphone comes with a 6.81-inch E4 AMOLED display with a QHD+ resolution, a refresh rate of 120Hz, a hole-punch cutout, and, among other things, Gorilla Glass Victus. The smartphone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 flagship chipset with up to 8 GB of RAM and internal storage of 256 GB. The phone runs on MIUI 12.5 based on Android 11.
The Mi 11 is fitted with a triple-camera setup that includes a main 108MP sensor, a wide-angle 13MP lens, and a 5MP telephoto-macro camera. The device also comes with a front-facing 20MP camera. With 55W wired charging and 50W wireless charging, it has a 4,600mAh battery.