Last month, Xiaomi officially launched the first Snapdragon 888 powered smartphone, Mi 11 in China. A few days after its official announcement, the phone went on sale in China. It had sold more than 1 million in just 21 days, which was an impressive success for the Chinese market.
Recently, a well known tipster shared a new multi-color render of Mi 11 Pro. Now, the same tipster has proposed a multi-color rendering of the Mi 11 Pro Extreme Edition.
As per the rendered image, the rear camera module of the new smartphone will also adopt a horizontal matrix design in which four lenses are arranged in two rows, but this is slightly different from the previously exposed Xiaomi 11 Pro render.
To the right of the module, there are three cameras and a flash, a periscope telephoto lens, two areas of color varying, and 120X words printed below. It shows that the extreme edition will support 120x zoom, which is very easy to detect.
As per the previous leaks, Mi 11 Pro will come with 6.81-inch 2K quad-curved display with a pixel density of up to 515PPI, support 120Hz refresh rate, 480Hz touch sampling Display with DCI-P3 color gamut, peak brightness up to 1500nit.
Previous reports also suggest that Mi 11 Pro/Pro Extreme Edition will launch after the spring festival (February 12). However, there are no more details about the Extreme edition. We can just hope that the company will officially make an announcement regarding the new edition.