Xiaomi still has to present the older brother of the new Mi 11: the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. The main aspect for which it will stand out is its rear camera module, which will not leave anyone indifferent.
According to a video published in the youTuber Tech Buff PH channel, and which was withdrawn shortly after, this camera module will be quite pronounced, housing three different cameras, but also a small fully functional secondary screen, which could make it easier for users to frame themselves using each of the cameras it incorporates.
That camera module will make many fall in love
It should be noted that the idea is not new, since the Nubia Z20 It housed a secondary screen, although Xiaomi opts for a smaller screen but also integrated into the camera module itself.
For the rest, it is pointed out that this module will have a 50-megapixel main camera, a 48-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, and a third camera with periscope zoom of up to 120x, following the trend of the previous generation with respect to cameras. zoom.
With main features worthy of flagships in 2021
But the main characteristics of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra are also to be left with your mouth open, since it will bet on a screen with an AMOLED panel with a 6.8-inch QHD + resolution, which will also be adaptive frequency up to 120 Hz of refresh rate.
It will also come with the most powerful Qualcomm processor on the market today, the Snapdragon 888, in addition to bringing a 5,000 mah battery with support for 67W fast charging and 10W reverse wireless charging, as well as speakers signed by Harman Kardon.
Waiting for your imminent presentation
It is already a matter of when the time comes for the presentation of this beast of mobile device, although although the date is unknown, the fact that it may already be in the hands of some youtubers may be an indicator that the presentation is about to be completed. arrive.
Hopefully they are not too late and offer more information about the interesting rear camera module, which will be its great differential factor with respect to those we are used to seeing in presentations.
And although the youtuber Tech Buff PH made the video disappear shortly after, being the Internet as it is, the video continues to be replicated even on YouTube itself by other channels, like this.
Image Credit: Tech Buff