After launching the Mi 11 series not too long ago, Xiaomi has now infused it with three new smartphones – the top-of-the-line Mi 11 Ultra, the powerful Mi 11 Pro, and the mid-range Mi 11 Lite 5G. All three smartphones have so far only been unveiled for sale in China but expect their global launches to take place soon.
The Mi 11 Ultra ticks all the right boxes in terms of premium specs. It’s got a 6.81-inch AMOLED display with a QHD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate, while it runs on the Snapdragon 888 platform. A 5000mAh battery finds its way inside it, supporting 67W fast charging with wired as well as wireless connections, apart from 10W reverse wireless charging. The phone is also IP68 dust and water resistant.
On the rear, the Mi 11 Ultra holds a massive camera bump that includes three cameras and a 1.1-inch secondary AMOLED display. The main sensor is a 50MP Samsung GN2 unit with an f/1.95 lens and OIS. The remaining two sensors are 48MP Sony IMX586 units that offer ultra wide-angle and telephoto zoom support. A 20MP front camera has also been granted to the device.
The Mi 11 Pro model is very similar to the Ultra, as it holds the same display, chipset, and battery. The camera setup is a bit different. While the main sensor is the same, the ultra wide-angle camera is only a 13MP sensor, while the telephoto camera is an 8MP unit.
The Mi 11 Lite 5G runs on the Snapdragon 780G chipset and grabs a 6.55-inch FHD+ AMOLED monitor with a 90Hz refresh rate. Its rear camera setup includes a 64MP wide sensor, an 8MP ultra wide-angle sensor, and a 5MP macro camera. The battery onboard this phone is a 4250mAh unit that supports 33W fast charging.
In China, the Mi 11 Ultra will start at CNY 5,999 (around Rs 66,400), whereas the Mi 11 Pro will be made available at CNY 4,999 (around Rs 55,400). As for the Mi 11 Lite 5G, it will go for CNY 2,299 (around Rs. 25,500).