According to some teasers posted on Weibo, the Xiaomi Mi 11 will feature computational photography, with the possibility of using software algorithms with all-new camera hardware. Xiaomi has also shared a video sample to highlight better low-light videography on the new Mi flagship. You can expect better camera specifications in this phone than the Mi 10 model.
In addition to sharing camera details, Xiaomi has posted another teaser on Weibo that confirms LPDDR5 RAM on the Mi 11, which will have speeds up to 6.4Gbps. The company also used the same RAM on the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro. However, this time the phone will come with the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset, so one can expect the performance to be better than the previous models.
To give a glimpse at the improved performance, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun also shared the Mi 11’s Geekbench results on Weibo. The phone scored 1,135 and 3,818 points in single-core and multi-core scores respectively. This number is certainly much higher than the Mi 10’s 780 and 2,747 digits.
Xiaomi has not yet shared any information on how many Mi 11 units are being manufactured initially. However, a tipster on Weibo has claimed that the company will initially make 1 million ie 1 million units of the new smartphone. Tipster has also reported that Xiaomi has gained exclusive access to the Snapdragon 888 chipset for bulk production of the Me 11 units ahead of the Spring Festival in China.