This week the Xiaomi Mi 11 was announced, the first top of the range that the brand will launch in Europe in 2021. Typically Xiaomi presents two models in this type of event, but this time they left us only the normal model. These days, rumors have already started about the existence of a Mi 11 Pro, which would hit the market in February.
It looks like the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro is real, as confirmed by the gallery app MIUI 12. In this way, the rumors that there will be a second model in this high-end range are confirmed, for which we will have to wait a little longer until it becomes official.
New Xiaomi Mi 11: the first mobile with Snapdragon 888
The Xiaomi Mi 11 is Xiaomi’s new top-of-the-range phone, which arrives with Snapdragon 888, and was officially presented at an event in China.
The Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro is real
As reported by XDA Developers, in the new MIUI Gallery app version 12 It was possible to see the confirmation that this Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro exists. The brand released version 22.214.171.124 of the application for its phones in China and in this version it was possible to see a line of code confirming this next high-end phone.
The code shows the Mi 11 presented this week, in addition to mentioning this other model. In addition, in this code it was possible to know more about this new Pro model, as it will have a curved screen
It is expected that this Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will also have functions like MEMC, SDR to HDR mapping and scaling up AI. As these features weren’t mentioned this week in the regular model overview, it is likely that they will be exclusive to the Pro model.
It is not known when this new phone will be made official, although rumors point to February. We will have to wait for a confirmation from the brand on the existence of this new Xiaomi Mi 11. At least, it seems clear that they will continue to launch two models in their top of the range, like in other years.
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