Xiaomi on Monday unveiled its latest smartphone which is a jewel, the Mi 11 Ultra - the Chinese company launches a top Mi Ultra phone worldwide for the first time. The Mi 11 Ultra, which was announced alongside the Mi 11 Lite and Mi 11 Lite 5G at Monday's virtual event, has the kind of top specs you can expect from one of the high-profile 2021 Android phones.
But its most important feature is a second screen, a feature that is even more unusual if you consider that the Mi 11 Ultra is not a foldable phone.
Naturally, there is a screen on the front - a 6,81-inch AMOLED panel. But there is also a second, tiny screen on the back, to the right of the three rear cameras. This screen is 1,1 inches AMOLED with Xiaomi saying that it is useful for information and alerts such as battery life, time and incoming calls if the phone is switched off. Most importantly, it displays previews of selfies, which means you can rely on the Mi 11 Ultra's three rear cameras for professional taking photos.
The Mi 11 Ultra rear camera unit consists of a 50-megapixel main sensor, as well as a 48-megapixel wide-angle lens and a 48-megapixel periscope-style telephoto lens. In addition, it has 10x optical zoom, making the Mi 11 Ultra a true king of zooms.
As one would expect from a flagship, the Mi 11 Ultra also has a list of top specs: a crystal display, the fastest Android processor, its Snapdragon 888 Qualcomm, a large 5.000 mAh battery, a stereo speaker set developed by Harman Kardon and a fast charging support triptych.
Xiaomi has not yet announced prices outside of China, but the 256 GB version, which is the internationally available model, will be priced at $ 990. For more details, take a look at the specification chart shown below.
Source of information: cnet.com