Earlier in February, we saw a leaked hands-on video of the upcoming Mi 11 Ultra, which shows the design and camera module. The camera module of this smartphone has a small screen, which looks ravishing and unique.
However, Samsung recently released its second-generation 50MP ISOCELL GN2 image sensor, which is 1.4 microns (μm) large-sized pixels. The new image sensor can provide up to 100-megapixel imaging, compelling staggered HDR, autofocus via Dual Pixel Pro technology, and vivid effects through the Smart ISO Pro.
A few days ago, the leaked live images of this upcoming Mi 11 Ultra surfaced on the internet, indicating that its triple rear camera setup has a smaller display.
In the leaked video, you can see a large camera bump with three rear cameras including a 50MP main camera, 48MP wide-angle camera, and 48MP zoom lens.
However, the information has not officially released by the company, so we will have to wait for the official confirmation. Stay tuned with us, we will provide the fastest insight of all the information.