Xiaomi Mi 11 has been leaked extensively. Finally, the company has announced Xiaomi Mi 11. It has also bagged the distinction for being the first smartphone in the world to be powered by Snapdragon 888.
Xiaomi is scheduled to launch the Mi 11 on December 28th. Thanks to previous leaks we already know how the device would look like. Now yet another set of renders has appeared and it offers a detailed look at the Mi 11.
Recently Oppo showcased its first smartphone with a rollable display. The Oppo X 2021 features a rollable display that adjusts to various sizes. LG is also said to be working on a rollable smartphone called LG Slide. Meanwhile, Xiaomi has now joined the race and has patented rollable smartphone to its name.
We already know that Xiaomi is readying its next flagship in the form of Xiaomi Mi 11 and 11 Pro. Previous reports have already hinted at some of the specifications. The latest report is based on battery certification listing and reveals the battery capacity and other important details.
Redmi has pulled the wraps from its first 5G enabled budget smartphones. The Redmi Note 9 series debuts with class-leading features like 5G and 108MP camera. The Redmi Note series is known for value for money, and the Redmi Note 9 5G is no different.
Xiaomi’s upcoming Mi 11 Pro has been leaked many times. The latest leak reveals Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro camera and display details. The leak claims Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will come equipped with a 120Hz QHD+ display.
Redmi has finally launched the Redmi K30S at an event in China. The latest Redmi K30S will join other K Series devices, including Redmi K30 4G, Redmi K30 5G, Redmi K30 Ultra, etc. The Redmi K30S is now the most affordable device that offers Qualcomm Snapdragon 865.
Smartphone makers like Samsung and Motorola are working towards making smartphones with foldable displays mainstream. In the meantime, we have also seen other variations like Microsoft’s Dual display on Surface Duo. Now Xiaomi has filed a new patent detailing a new slider foldable display design with the CNIPA (China National Intellectual Property Administration) in April.
Xiaomi already offers an industry-leading 55w fast wireless charging feature. However, the company is not stopping and is now testing out a prototype that supports 80W of fast wireless charging. Xiaomi’s newly developed charging technology is capable of charging batteries from 0-100 in just 19 minutes.
Redmi is speculated to release new smartphones this month. There have been rumors that Redmi will announce a rebranded Xiaomi Mi 10T in China. Yet another tipster believes that Redmi will launch the Note 10 Series. The latest leaks reveal Redmi Note 10 Series specifications and some of the features.