The Xiaomi Mi 11 was unveiled last year in December in China and now its debuts worldwide earlier this week. We expected the company to introduce the Mi 11 Lite and Mi 11 Pro at the event, but for some reason, it didn't happen. Mi 11 was also the first smartphone to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 888 Soc. While the company hasn't launched other phones we know how the Mi 11 Ultra looks like. Recently, a Filipino Youtuber uploaded a video on his channel Tech Buff PH. that shows the hands-on-review of Mi 11 Ultra.
The Mi 11 Ultra carries the model number M2102K1G. The video gives a brief introduction to the camera and its exterior design. The Mi 11 Ultra features a triple camera system at the rear side. The camera module is quite big and features two large sensors alongside teh periscope lens. As per the leaks, the smartphone will feature a 120X zoom camera with a surprisingly fresh tiny display next to the camera system.
According to the leaks, the smartphone is likely to have a large 6.8-inch OLED display with WQHD+ resolution with 120Hz refresh rate. The front camera is placed inside a hole-punch cutout at the front display that features a 20MP camera sensor. The phone is tipped to have a 50MP primary camera sensor, a 48MP ultrawide lens, and a 48MP periscopic telephoto zoom lens. This will a huge upgrade from its predecessor. The phone features LDPDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 internal storage. The device comes with a 5,000mAh battery and 67W fast wired charging 67 wireless charging, and 10W reverse charging.
Redmi is doing great with a growing number of units being sold. According to sources, Redmi has already sold around 200 million Note series devices. Redmi Note 10 series is the next smartphone due to release in India and just before the launching date, the Global VP of Xiaomi, Manu Kumar Jain has posted a tweet teasing the launch of the Redmi Note 10 in India. The tweet was retweeted and shared by employees and fans of Redmi Note series.
Every video of them includes a #SM10thChallenge. In the video, he says that the company will be making an announcement on Feb 10 at 10:00 IST. He tweeted, "Got the moves to be as smooth as the smoothest @RedmiIndia smartphone yet? The biggest Not-fication of the year is almost there! Unlock it with Me!, Upload your dance move with the #SM10TH challenge. 10 fans to win BIG!". We don't know what they have decided, but in the company's own words, the price will be BIG.
Redmi Note 9 series was launched back in March 2020, that features a 60Hz LCD. Although a high refresh rate wasn't a trend earlier last year, the realme 6 pro came with 90Hz panels. Still, Xiaomi managed to sell a good amount of Note 9 series in the region. We don't know if the Note 10 series devices would have LCD or AMOLED display, but it is likely that it would come with 90Hz or 120Hz to compete with the latest smartphones.
As per news and leaks, there will be two devices inside the Note 10 series - Redmi Note 10 vanilla model and Note 10 Pro. The former will be available in white, green, or grey colors, while the latter will be available in bronze, blue, and grey variants. As for specs, nothing is final unless we have any words from the official sources or we have the phone in our hands. The devices have already received India's BIS certification. The Note 10 will feature 4/6GB RAM while the Note 10 Pro will feature 6/8GB RAM with 64GB and 128GB internal storage.
An upcoming Redmi smartphone got several certifications recently, and it is rumored to be the Redmi Note 10 pro. A few reports suggest that this phone will come up with 5G network support but so far we don't have any official confirmation or any concrete evidence for 5G network capability.
Unless we are sure of having a 5G support, it is safe to assume that the phone will be 4G. A recent leak by the Xiaomiui Telegram online magazine state that the phone is codenamed, sweet_pro. This suggests that the phone might be a variant of an existing model.Just last year, the Redmi release two smartphones as being a tweaked version of Mi 10T-lite, having Samsung's 108MP camera sensor. This camera sensor is a slightly bigger sensor with an f/1.75 aperture. However, the older variants of the flagship smartphones got the HM1 camera sensors.
Redmi Note 10 regular model was surfaced on a TENNA listing back in November and now the pro model bearing the model number M2101K6G has surfaced in an FCC document. The listing detail on the site confirms that the phone will support GSM, LTE, and WCDMA networks along with dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth BR/EDR and LE connectivity as well as NFC and FM receivers.
Other features of the camera include Geo-tagging, Phase detection, touch focus, HDR, Panorama, Video (4K@30fps, 1080p@30fps). The front camera is reported to be 32MP. Phone will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processing chip. The device will feature AMOLED Capacitive Touchscreen with16M Colors and 6.7-inch large screen with multi touch capability. The device has 128/256GB Built-in storage that can be further extended using the external storage. The phone is expected to come up with (Li-Po Non removable), 4800 mAh and 33W fast charging.
Xiaomi Malaysia has recently initiated a contest on its official Facebook page that will likely choose ten lucky users among the contestants. The price will be a unit of a new smartphone for each lucky winner. But the company hasn't revealed the smartphone they are going to award. It only shows that the phone will be from a Redmi series and to hide its identity, the company has chosen to use a fake name and called it Redmi XX. The teaser poster along with the competition on the page shows a render of the device that shows the rear side of the phone.
The image shows that the device will feature a quad-camera system stacked vertically in a rectangular housing at the top left corner of the rear panel. The phone is in a dark orange color that looks really unique and youthful. The device looks like the Redmi Note 9 4G that was released in China and is similar to the Poco M3. The tech enthusiasts and leakers suggest that this is Redmi 9T which was certified in Thailand recently.
The Redmi 9T is the upcoming smartphone by the same company. The phone in rumors is expected to feature a full HD+ display of 6.33-inches. The phone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 processor paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage that can be further extended with an external slot. The device will be powered by a large 6.000mAh battery. The camera is rumored to be a quad-camera system with a 48MP primary camera, a 2MP macro lens, and a 2MP depth sensor. Some rumors suggest that the phone will also have a fourth sensor which is an 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera lens. As appeared from the picture, the design is similar to the Redmi Note 9 4G. There is no word yet about the release date of the phone but the contest will end on the 7th of January 2021. So, we can expect the announcement of the phone by the first week of January.
At the point when Apple reported and affirmed that its new iPhones would deliver without a charger, many ridiculed the organization. This incorporated Apple's rivals, for example, Samsung and Xiaomi, who accepted the open door to ridicule the organization for excluding the frill.
Incidentally, this joke was fleeting on the grounds that as per Xiaomi's CEO, Lei Jun, he has affirmed that the organization's forthcoming Mi 11 arrangement won't deliver with a charger by the same token. As per the CEO, he refers to ecological reasons concerning why the phone won't accompany a charger, which is pretty much a similar explanation Apple gave.
For those catching wind of this unexpectedly, Apple asserted that excluding the charger permitted the organization to make more modest bundling for the iPhone. This thusly permitted the organization to deliver more units out immediately, hence diminishing the quantity of outings and lessening fossil fuel byproducts. It likewise implies that less plastic will be utilized to make these chargers, which is extraordinary for the climate.
Many have communicated distrust over these cases, particularly since it implies that it would basically drive a few clients to buy the chargers independently, netting organizations like Apple more cash simultaneously. In any case, it appears to be that this will be another work on moving advances, so we surmise we'll simply need to become accustomed to it.