With Huawei down with the China-US trade war, the other Chinese giant remaining is Xiaomi. The company, although famous for its budget devices, produces some premium phones as well. The Mi 10 lineup was a good example of this. Not to mention, they do not shy away from experimenting with technology. Now, as per recent reports that we know, the company is all set to release its successor, the Mi 11 series. These would be the first set of devices to feature the latest chipset from Qualcomm: Snapdragon 888.
Now, according to the report from GizmoChina, the company would be following a similar design to the one found on the Mi 10. According to the article, leaked images of the tempered glass protector show that it would be a curved glass. This allows for a completely immersive experience where the screen is concerned. The screen is a 2K panel from Samsung. As for the punch-hole camera, it is found on the regular left, top corner of the device. Although reports suggested that we may see an under the display camera module, this is not the case here.
For the detailed specs, we will find 8GBs of RAM on the device and would support 55W fast charging. As we know, there will be a premium version of the device and it is said that it would support 120W fast-flash charging. Now, this would be a sight to see. The screen on that device would have 2K resolution and would support that resolution with a 120Hz refresh rate. The article concludes that on the back, it would have a three-camera setup. It would have a 108MP main sensor.