- Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite TENAA listing shows that the handset will arrive with 5G support
- The handset is expected to feature Snapdragon 765G
- Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite recently appeared on Google Play Console as well
Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite has now appeared on the TENAA certification website, however, the phone’s listing is yet to be updated with key specifications and images. As of now, the listing only mentions very few details about the phone, including that the upcoming handset from Xiaomi will feature 5G support and that it will run on Android. The listing also mentions that Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite will be a dual-SIM smartphone but that is about it. Thankfully, as the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite appeared on Google Play Console recently, we have some idea of what we can expect from the smartphone. One thing to note here is that the phone’s variant that appeared on Google Play Console had a model number M2101K9G, compared with the M2101K9C in this case, which means that the model that has appeared on TENAA could be another variant of the handset.
Coming to the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite leaked specifications, the handset’s Google Play Console listing revealed that it will feature a Snapdragon 765G chipset. The phone’s model spotted on the website had model number M2101K9G and was codenamed ‘Renoir’. The listing mentioned that the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite will pack an FHD+ display with display pixel density at 440ppi. The Google Play Console listing also revealed that the handset will pack 8GB RAM, and will run Android 11 with MIUI 12 on top out of the box.
Earlier reports mentioned that there will also be a 4G variant of the Mi 11 Lite. This variant has been tipped to come with the Snapdragon 732G processor. Some of the other expected specifications include an LCD display with a 120Hz refresh rate and a punch-hole display design, a 4,150mAh battery with 33W fast charging support, and Bluetooth 5.1. As far as optics are concerned, the handset is expected to feature a 64-megapixel triple rear camera setup. As there is no official information on the phone yet, we would advise you to take the leaked information with a pinch of salt for now.