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Xiaomi Mi 11 will support full blood LPDDR 5 and enhanced version of Wi-Fi 6

by Sheetal

Xiaomi is going to launch its new high-end Mi series smartphone – Mi 11 on December 28. It will be the first smartphone to carry the Snapdragon 888 processor and LPDDR 5 full blood version.

Lei Jun, the CEO of Xiaomi announced the Snapdragon 888 running score of Xiaomi Mi 11 mobile phone, single-core CPU score of 1135, and a multi-core score of 3818.

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According to the company report, Xiaomi Mi 11 will be the first phone to release the LPDDR5 full blood version. Also, it has been upgraded with a speed of 6400Mbps, which is 116% of the previous generation.

Xiaomi has also stated that in less than a year, WiFi 6 will be redesigned and will be launched by Xiaomi Mi 11. The advanced version of the bandwidth is double that of the previous generation, reaching 160MHz bandwidth.

Adding to this, transmission information density has increased by 20%, and the final network speed is 2.1 times faster, up to 3.5 Gbps. For the first time, it supports 4K QAM encoding.

As per the previous leaks, Mi 11 series includes Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro that will adopt the full-screen resolution with a punch-hole design display.

Earlier, Xiaomi Mi 11 with model number M2011K2C has benchmarked on the Geekbench with Android 11 (MIUI 12) and Snapdragon 888.

In Mi 11, Adreno 660 GPU will fire up graphics and it is also listed with 12GB of RAM which should be the uppermost version in terms of memory configuration.

Moreover, this flagship will come with a 108MP sensor in the back of the phone along with a 13MP ultrawide camera and a 5MP macro camera. It will also sport 55W fast wired charging and be the first full-screen flagship of the Mi series with a Samsung 2K + resolution.


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