After waiting for days, Xiaomi has finally announced the Mi Pro series’ launch date. The company will officially announce the series on March 29 or 30. The series would most probably consist of Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro and Xiaomi Mi 11 Po+.
Last December, Xiaomi release the Mi 11 with Snapdragon 888 SoC. It was a big hit from the company. But it was evident that this couldn’t be the only one in the Mi series. So we started hearing rumours that the company would launch the next generation this year. And now we have the dates, though it’s uncertain if the company would announce the new smartphones on March 29 or March 30, but it for sure that the two smartphones would be announced this year, this month.
There’s also speculation if the Mi 11 Pro+ is the other name for Mi 11 Ultra, or are they going to be two separate phones.
As always, pre-release details about these two phones have already been rolling in the market. A little we know from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and 3C certification. The two phones (Xiaomi Mi Pro 11 and Xiaomi Mi Pro+) will come in model numbers; M2102K1C/M2102K1AC.
From some other sources, it’s found the Pro+ variant will have Samsung GN2 main camera. The rear camera is relatively huge.
Another leak said that the Mi 11 Pro+ would come in black and white colour options, 120x zoom lenses, supporting 67W wireless charging, having 50MP rear camera with 48MP wide-angle and 48MP zoom sensors, and would run on Android 11.
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