Mi 11 alleged camera specifications tipped

Xiaomi Mi 11 alleged camera specifications include a 50MP 4-in-1 primary sensor and a 12MP telephoto lens.

  • Alleged Mi 11 camera details have leaked online
  • The main camera is said to be a 4-in-1 50MP shooter, while the telephoto lens is supposed to be a 12MP snapper
  • The flagship is expected to debut in the first half of 2021

Xiaomi Mi 11 seems to be in the works as there have been various rumours surrounding the flagship recently. It is said to come with a Quad HD+ display and a 120Hz refresh rate. Now, noted tipster Digital Chat Station has shared camera details of an upcoming Xiaomi phone, which probably is the Mi 11 going by the details. The tipster says the back of the engineering model of the phone is fully covered, thereby the lens arrangement is not clear. The main camera is a 50MP shooter by 4-in-1 conversion, while the telephoto lens is a 12MP snapper. However, it isn’t clear if it is a straight 12MP lens or a 4-in-1 48MP lens. Also, it is the high-end version of the Mi 11 prototype so the base model may or not have the same camera combination.

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Mi 11

According to earlier reports, the Mi 11 series is said to come with a 120Hz refresh rate and punch-hole cutout at the top right corner for the selfie camera. The high-end model will use a QHD+ (3,200 X 1,400) display, MEMC video frame technology, real-time SDR to HDR, and video super-resolution. We can speculate the Mi 11 could be one of the first phones to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 SoC.  have 5G connectivity, an in-display fingerprint sensor for security, and boot the latest Android 11 OS out of the box. Besides the primary and telephoto lens, the Mi 11 could be other sensors, probably a depth sensor and a macro unit as well. It’s possible the Mi 11 flagship series may debut in the first half of 2021, though an exact launch timeline can’t be said for certain at the moment. We hope to learn more information going forward.