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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.


Evan Blass created quite a stir among LG fans when he "revealed" certain details for the upcoming LG flagship. The man behind @evleaks on Tweeter declared that the LG G5 will sport a full metal body to match the premium feel offered by most of its rivals in the industry. According to him, the G5 will also have a secondary display with a resolution of 160×1040. The second panel, hailed as a "ticker" display will function in more or less the same way as it does on the LG V10. If Blass' sources are right, then the ticker display will become a typical LG signature for all its mid to high range smartphones in 2016.

There are other stipulations that were specified in the leak and we will get to them, but what intrigued us most was the"Magic slot." It seems that the LG G5 will feature a certain port that will enable the smartphone to connect with and detect both advanced gadgets like a 360 degree Virtual reality camera as well as basic hardware devices like a keyboard. If you are wondering whether it also has micro SD card expansion capabilities to complement the magic slot, you will have to keep wondering for a while longer as it was not mentioned.

Other leaked specs include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset, 3GB RAM and at least 32GB of in-built storage under the hood. On the camera front, the 16 megapixel shooter with laser autofocus and RGB sensor will probably be the same one seen in the LG V10. The G5 will supposedly have a fingerprint scanner on the back rather than being embedded in the Home button. All of this will be powered by a removable 2800mAh battery, which is surprising after considering that the G4 has a 3000mAh battery. Although the slightly smaller 5.3 inch Quad HD display will probably consume less power as well.

Before you start taking these speculations too seriously, take our advice and refrain from believing too much into the "leak." While some of the features mentioned will surely make their way into the final version, the rest may not.



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