Xiaomi announced the Mi11 smartphone at the end of 2020, making it the first company to launch a device with the Snapdragon 888 chipset. Since then, the company is preparing to launch the Mi 11 Pro in February, and there are many solid reports that it is expanding its lineup further.
Currently, according to Chinese sources, the new Mi 11 Pro (or Mi 11 Pro +) device features 80W wireless fast charging. Xiaomi is already developing the technology, but it needs to clear verification from the authorities before it can be called.
If technology makes that happen (and of course quite large), the Mi 11 Pro will deliver the fastest wireless charging in the world. We’ve already reported that it takes 18 minutes to fill a 4,000 mAh cell with a dedicated stand, but you can also expect the 120W wired charge found on the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra.
Other rumored specifications of the new flagship include a better camera setting placed in a huge rectangle, a periscope lens for 10x optical zoom, and a 120x hybrid zoom. The display should be the same as the Mi 11-6.81 inch OLED with QHD + resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, and 480Hz touch sampling rate.