- Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro’s cameras will reportedly be able to offer up to 120x zoom
- The smartphone could come with two telephoto lenses
- It is tipped to feature four rear cameras in a square-shaped module
There are have been several rumours about the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro’s camera specifications, one even suggesting that it could come with a 200MP camera sensor. A new Weibo (via MyDrivers) post from seasoned tipster Digital Chat Station suggests that that the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will be able to offer 120x zoom capabilities. The tipster also adds that the smartphone’s rear cameras will be aligned differently than the camera sensors on the Xiaomi Mi 11. MyDrivers also managed to get their hands on what appears to be a Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro render, which gives us a decent idea about what the smartphone has in store for us.
As you can see in the image above, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will come with four rear cameras in a square-shaped pattern. It also appears to be much larger than a regular quad-camera array found on other smartphones, taking up nearly half of the back panel. Although it is hard to tell which lenses Xiaomi will go with, we can expect it to follow Huawei and Samsung’s footsteps and throw in an extra telephoto lens to ensure that it can actually deliver on the aforementioned 120x zoom promise.
Earlier reports have told us that some key Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro specs could include a 6.8-inch 2K AMOLED panel with a refresh rate of 120Hz. Its dedicated MEMC chip will allow for real-time conversion of SD content to HD, dynamically adjust the screen refresh rate based on usage, and more. Things get even more exciting on the battery side of things. We reported earlier that the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro would be the world’s first-ever smartphone to support wireless charging at 80W.