Xiaomi recently revealed a flagship Mi Mix 4 device, with a Snapdragon 888+ SoC, under-display and 120W fast-charge mobile compatibility, in China. New rumors have already emerged regarding the company’s upcoming flagships.
Recent news regarding the Mi 11T and Redmi K40 Ultra appeared in the Telegram group of XiaomiUI for the first time.
A 120Hz screen and a 20:9 aspect ratio will be shown according to the information available on the next Mi 11T. Although the Mi 10T seems to be down by a step from the 144Hz refresh rate, the Mi 11T ditch on the OLED display of the Mi10T panel can be seen.
A 64MP OmniVision OV64B Main Sensor, an ultra-wide Sony IMX355 shooter, and a 3x “telemacro” camera are included on the device. Instead of using a Snapdragon 870 or 888 soc instead of a MediaTek Dimension 1200 soc, Xiaomi is probably intended to reduce the price of the smartphone. The Mi 11T, which was identified with the K11R codename, is coming to world markets shortly.
The Redmi K40 Ultra K11T will also be a rebranded version of the MI 11T, however the former is replaced by the 108 MP Samsung HM2 sensor in the 64 MP primary camera. The Redmi K40 Ultra will exclusively be available in the Chinese markets.