Xiaomi Mi 11 To Debut LPDDR 5 Full Blood Version

Xiaomi has officially announced that the Xiaomi Mi 11 will be officially released on December 28. The Xiaomi Mi 11 smartphone has been launched on JD.com, and an appointment has been opened.

As we know, the Xiaomi Mi 11 is the first to carry the Snapdragon 888. This morning, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun announced the Snapdragon 888 running score of the Xiaomi Mi 11 smartphone, with a single-core CPU score of 1135 and a multi-core score of 3818.

This afternoon, Xiaomi revealed that the Xiaomi Mi 11 will first release the LPDDR5 RAM full-blood version. LPDDR 5 has also been upgraded, with a speed of 6400Mbps. To clarify, it is 116% of the previous generation. Every time the memory is faster, the whole machine fluency will be much faster. This “full blood version” will release the full potential of the new generation of processors, allowing you to pack lightly and move forward at full speed.

Two versions of the Mi 11

According to the previously exposed news, the Mi 11 series will include at least two versions of Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro. And it will continue to adopt the full-screen solution with hole-punch screens. The Mi 11 uses a hyperboloid screen, and the Mi 11 Pro uses a 2K quad-curved screen. Both of them support a 120Hz refresh rate and also a native 10bit color depth display.

Further, judging from the real camera photos of Mi 11 on the Internet, the Mi 11 basic version uses a blue gradient back shell. And the rear camera layout is a square design with two large sensors. The small sensor is situated above the LED light.

In other aspects, Mi 11 uses a small square matrix 2+1 three-camera design. And we also expect the Mi 11 Pro to adopt a horizontal matrix camera design. In addition, Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro may support 100W super-fast charging. And referring to the previous specifications of Mi 10 Ultra, the Pro version may also support 120W fast charging.

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