xiaomi mi 11 pro lancement février 2021

Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro: the smartphone would be launched in February 2021

The Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro would finally land on the market during the month of February 2021. Absent from the conference on December 28 devoted to the Mi 11 standard, this more high-end version would be the star of a second presentation organized in China. ‘within a few weeks.

xiaomi mi 11 pro launch february 2021

This Monday, December 28, 2020, Xiaomi lifted the veil on the Xiaomi Mi 11. Compatible with 5G, the new flagship of the Chinese brand is doing well thanks to its SoC Snapdragon 888, a 120 Hz OLED screen with a 2K definition, a 4600 mAh battery with 55W fast charging and a triple 108 megapixel photo sensor. The brand offers the phone at a starting price of 3,999 yuan in China, or approximately € 500 excluding tax.

Against all expectations, Xiaomi did not take advantage of the announcement to unveil the more efficient high-end version and sophisticated, the Mi 11 Pro. Mentioned by many leakers and leaks and over the past few weeks, this supercharged edition was not presented at the conference.

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Xiaomi reportedly postpones Mi 11 Pro launch until February 2021

According to the indiscretions of Digital Chat Station, a famous Chinese informant, on Sina Weibo, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro does exist. The firm would simply have decided to postpone the presentation of this variant for several weeks. The announcement is said to be expected just after Chinese New Year 2021, which will take place on February 12, 2021. We can therefore expect Xiaomi to host a new conference around the middle of February. For now, we do not know why the brand preferred to reserve this variant for later.

Still according to Digital Chat Station, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro would be distinguished in particular from the standard version by the integration of120 W fast charging. This charging technology, inaugurated on the Mi 10 Ultra, should make a comeback. It would therefore only take about ten minutes to fully recharge the 4970 mAh battery. Moreover, the Mi 11 Pro should be powered by the same Snapdragon 888 SoC as the standard version. We tell you more as soon as possible about the future flagship of Xiaomi.

Source: GSM Arena