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Mi 11 Pro: Xiaomi opts for 120W fast charging for its next flagship

The Mi 11 Pro, Xiaomi’s next flagship, could take advantage of 120W fast charging. In any case, this is revealed by the Digital Chat Station leaker on Weibo, a famous Chinese social network.

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As you may know, Xiaomi is preparing to present the Mi 11, its next flagship, from December 28, 2020. The smartphone will have the distinction of being the first to ship a Snapdragon 888, Qualcomm’s latest overpowering processor . While waiting for the official presentation of the beast, rumors are rife on the web concerning him and his high-end variant, the Mi 11 Pro.

And precisely this Wednesday, December 23, 2020, the Digital Chat Station leaker affirmed on Weibo that 120W fast charge inaugurated on the Mi 10 Ultra will make a comeback on the Mi 11 Pro. Regarding the M11, the insider specifies that the Vanilla model will benefit from 50W + fast charge. It would take 35 minutes to get a full charge.

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The Mi Mix 4 is (a little) talked about

In addition, the leaker also evokes the very discreet Mi Mix 4. According to him, the 5G smartphone of the Chinese brand could carry a 120W + 80W combo, via a new proprietary technology. Of course, this information should be taken with a grain of salt. We will at least be fixed regarding the Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro during their official presentation on December 28, 2020.

As a reminder, a previous rumor suggested that the Mi 11 Pro would ship a 120 Hz AMOLED QHD + screen. In comparison, the Mi 10 Pro was satisfied with a 90 Hz panel in Full HD +. The manufacturer would therefore make a significant move upmarket on the screen side. In addition, another leak that appeared in early December revealed the supposed design and size of the batteries for Xiaomi’s next two devices.

This leak, again originally from Digital Chat Station and based on data from a certification body, claims that the Mi 11 Pro will be powered by a 4970 mAh battery. As for the Mi 11, it should be content with a 4,780 mAh battery. In view of the capacities of the two batteries, these smartphones should logically display a good autonomy. Once again, answer on December 28!

Source: Notebook Check