Xiaomi Mi 11: will also come the Ultra version

First rumors about Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra: it will be a powerful smartphone, with lots of memory and a huge battery.

Xiaomi Mi 11 has yet to arrive on the international market and already for several days there is insistent talk of a possible Mi 11 Pro version, richer than the standard one, while from even before there is talk of a cheaper Mi 11 Lite. Now, however, it turns out that the Mi 11 range could also contemplate a Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. The Chinese leaker Digital Chat Station is convinced of this.

The hypothesis is credible because Xiaomi has actually declined the previous Mi 10 range in three models: Xiaomi Mi 10, Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro and Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra. The latter, however, has never been released from China even if this does not mean that an eventual Mi 11 Ultra can not do so: as it is now clear, in fact, Xiaomi is trying to take the place covered until last year in the international market by Huawei, positioning itself as a reference manufacturer for premium Chinese smartphones. The hole left by Huawei due to the American ban, in fact, is worth tens of millions of pieces and hundreds of millions of euros.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra: how it will be made

According to Digital Chat Station Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra will be a smartphone with 120 Hz refresh display and 2K resolution, with curvature on all four sides. It will also have a much larger battery than the Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro and 67-watt charging.

It won't be able to change the SoC, as right now the Snapdragon 888 is Qualcomm's top-of-the-line and an 888+ isn't expected anytime soon. A lot, however, depends on when the Ultra version will be launched: should the Snapdragon 888+ (processor that at the moment is only a hypothesis) already be available, it would certainly use it.

The presence of 16 GB of RAM on the Ultra model is likely, as well as that of 512 GB of storage memory.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra: the cameras

One of the points in which the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra could be really different from the Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro is the photo compartment. The Mi 11 already on the market has a 108 MP main sensor made by Samsung, flanked by two other sensors of 13 and 5 MP.

For days, rumors have been circulating that Samsung is likely to announce its new 200 MP camera sensor soon. Again, if this is the case, it is very likely that the first smartphone that will adopt this huge photo sensor could be the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra.