Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro could be equipped with x120 digital zoom

Xiaomi should soon present its Mi 11 Pro, the steroid version of its recent Mi 11. If the smartphone remains a mystery, a leak tells us today that it could be equipped with a digital zoom x120. It is not expected before mid-February.

Credit: Xiaomi

The Xiaomi M 11 was announced at the end of December and it launched a new era for the Chinese manufacturer. The next step would be the Mi 11 Pro, an improved version of the smartphone. Leaks start to appear and concern the camera.

The Chinese leaker Digital Chat Station, which often hits the mark when it comes to the manufacturers of the country, today indicates that the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro should have digital zoom x120 to the maximum. He also adds that he would benefit from “solid” image quality.

Read also – Xiaomi: a huge foldable smartphone spotted in nature

Having such a powerful digital zoom could make it possible to take pictures from far, far away. With such magnification, it is difficult to obtain usable images without extremely powerful rendering software. Note that the Galaxy S21 Ultra, announced recently, has an X100 digital zoom already very impressive. The Mi 11 Pro should benefit from‘a module with four photo sensors. The Chinese manufacturer should offer a square module instead of the vertically aligned sensors of the Mi 10 Pro.

The Xiaomi 11 Pro would be a power monster

At the moment, nothing is official regarding this Mi 11 Pro. The leaks evoke a 6.8-inch AMOLED display with a definition in 1440p, but also a refresh rate of 120Hz. It should have a fingerprint sensor located under the screen. We have also talked about a 50 megapixel photo sensor in the past, as well as a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, like the classic Mi 11. Android 11 (with the MIUI overlay) should logically be in the game. Regarding autonomy, we are talking about a 5000 mAh battery with a fast recharge up to 120 Watts, which promises a full recharge in less than an hour.

The Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro is not expected to be presented until the Chinese New Year, either in mid-February. The classic Mi 11 is still not available in Europe. Now all that remains is to watch the manufacturer’s announcements for this smartphone, which should not arrive immediately in Europe.

Source: MyDrivers