Xiaomi Mi 11 with Android 11, Snapdragon 888 spotted on GeekBench
Xiaomi is expected to launch the flagship Mi 11 on December 29 according to rumors. The flagship is expected to debut as the first Snapdragon 888-powered smartphone. Before now, a couple of leaks have emerged giving some hint of what to expect. The Mi 11 has now appeared on the GeekBench database.
The device is listed on GeekBench with the model number Xiaomi M2011K2C which is the same model number with which it was listed on 3C and on China’s network certification website earlier this month.
The Xiaomi Mi 11 GeekBench listing shows the device will run on Android 11 which will definitely be based on MIUI 12. The device will also be powered by a processor codenamed ARM venus which is the Snapdragon 888. The Adreno 660 GPU will fire up the graphics. The device is also listed with 12GB of RAM which should be the topmost variant in terms of memory configuration.
Although not listed, the high-end variant will likely have 512GB storage onboard. Rumour also has it that the high-end variant will feature a Samsung 2K AMOLED screen and have support for 120Hz refresh rate. The high-end version is also expected to support 120W ultra-fast flash charging.
In terms of core configuration, in addition to the Snapdragon 888 flagship processor, the Mi 11 is also expected to get an 8GB RAM variant and will equally have support for 55W fast charging.
In terms of the camera, the device will have a triple camera setup on the back along with an LED flashlight. This is horizontally stacked inside a squircle housing. As per the concept renders, the layout will also have a Blue Gradient color with a chamfered bump. The triple-camera array will likely have a 108MP main camera, 13MP ultra-wide, and a 5MP macro sensor.
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