It is known that Xiaomi is all set to launch its Mi 11 Ultra in the upcoming event, held on March 29. The phone has already been spotted on many certification sites, but recently, it has been spotted on the Geekbench site, which has revealed more information about the upcoming model.
As per Geekbench, the Mi 11 Ultra will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest flagship chipset, Snapdragon 888. In the motherboard section, the codename “star” is mentioned, which denotes that it is SD 888 5G chipset.
The Snapdragon 888 is an octa-core chipset based on a 5nm manufacturing process. It also features Cortex-X1 (Super Core), which will provide a significant improvement over its predecessor. Moreover, the device is also equipped with 12 Gigs of RAM. The device is running the latest Android version (Android 11).
The phone has scored 1132 points on single-core, while on multi-core, it has scored 3488 points. As observed, the scores are acceptable as other Snapdragon 888 powered smartphone has almost identical scores.
As previously shown, the all-new Mi 11 Ultra will feature the Super Fast-Charging Silicon-Oxygen Anode Battery for the first time in smartphone history. It is also mentioned that this technology will make smartphone batteries thinner and charge faster. Moreover, the 3C Certification also revealed that it would feature the 67W fast charging.
In terms of camera, the Mi 11 Ultra will feature a vast size camera area (includes three lenses). The primary sensor is the Samsung ISOCELL GN2 50 Million Pixels Lens.
It is also reported that the Mi 11 Ultra is almost the same as the Mi 11 Pro in terms of overall appearance, screen, and core specifications. However, they are different in terms of camera specifications.
The all-new Mi 11 Ultra will be launched in the upcoming Spring Product Launch Event (on March 29).