Xiaomi Mi 11 series battery capacity tilted, can offer 55W fast charging
Xiaomi’s Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro smartphones have been spotted on the 3C certification site, suggesting 55W fast charging support. It has been confirmed that Xiaomi’s next flagship series, Mi 11, will launch with the latest Snapdragon 888 SoC and it could be one of the first smartphones to arrive with the new processor. A new report suggests that the Mi 11 series may be available for purchase sometime this month, suggesting an imminent launch. The Mi 11 Pro protective cases were also leaked online, offering a look at their design.
Tipster digital chat station tweeted A screenshot of the 3C smartphone certification listings. Shows that Mi 11 can have a 2,390 mAh battery while Mi 11 Pro it may have a 2,485 mAh battery. The insider notes that the phones can have a dual-cell battery, which means that the actual capacity can be 4,780 mAh and 4,970 mAh, respectively. Typical capacity can be advertised as 5000 mAh. The insider claims that the phones support fast charging speeds of 55W and that the Mi 11 series can charge from zero to 100 percent in just 35 minutes.
Separately, the Xiaomi model number M2011K2C, associated with Mi 11, has also been seen in 3C, and is listed to come with the MDY-12-EQ charger. This charger supports fast charging speeds of 55W, which also adds weight to what Digital Chat Station unearthed. Aside from fast loading speeds, the 3C listing reveals little else. SeekDevice was the first to stain this 3C listing.
The protective cases of the Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro phones have also been leaked on the web via AnTuTu. Mi 11 is seen to sport a triple camera setup, while Mi 11 Pro may have a single quad camera module on the back. Mi 11 seems to have a square module with two large sensors located one below the other and a third small sensor and the flash parallel to them. Mi 11 Pro, on the other hand, has a module in the shape of a rectangle with three sensors located in a horizontal line, the third appears to be a periscope lens. The fourth sensor, along with the flash, is located below the three sensors.
Gizmochina reports that the flagship Mi 11 could go on sale sometime this month. This indicates that the launch event may not be too far away, but Xiaomi has yet to make official announcements. The company, during the Snapdragon Tech Summit, confirmed that the Mi 11 series will be one of the first to be triggered by the Snapdragon 888 SoC.