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Mi 11 Ultra may include a small secondary screen


 Mi 11 Ultra may include a small secondary screen

A YouTube user posted a video showing what he claims are prototypes of the Mi 11 Ultra from Xiaomi.

The video indicates that the phone may have an unusual feature, which is a small 1-inch back screen next to the cameras.

The video shows this small screen that displays something like the main screen of the phone and seems to be able to open almost any application through your phone.

This screen may be intended to assist in capturing self-portraits with the rear cameras.

The video comes from an unknown Filipino video blogger called Tech Buff PH, and XDA-Developers says: The device's model number has been verified, and some details are consistent with previous leaks.

Other details from this alleged leak include fast wired and wireless charging at 67W, 10W reverse wireless charging, 5000mAh battery, IP68 water and dust resistance, and speakers tuned by Harman Kardon.

A 6.8-inch curved OLED screen with WQHD resolution with an adaptive refresh rate of up to 120 Hz is covered with Gorilla Glass Victus and has a hole in the upper-left corner of the 20-megapixel front camera.

The phone includes a huge camera bump with a 120x hybrid zoom camera, like last year's Mi 10 Ultra, in addition to a 50-megapixel main camera.

And if this phone is indeed Mi 11 Ultra, Xiaomi seems to have abandoned the 2x telephoto lens in the previous model, offering a longer focal length zoom lens just like the Periscope lens instead.

There is also a 12mm ultra-wide camera, which Tech Buff PH claims to have a 48MP sensor, upgraded from 12MP.

Xiaomi announced the Chinese version of the Mi 11 phone in December of 2020, and recently revealed the international version of the phone, and the two versions feature a Snapdragon 888 processor, the best in its class that provides 5G connectivity.

With the announcement of these copies, it is possible that Xiaomi will follow other versions, such as the alleged Ultra version shown here.

There is no specific date from Xiaomi regarding the launch of Mi 11 Ultra, but now that the phone has appeared in a video clip, the official announcement should not be far away.