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The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra has a different screen on its huge camera bump



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Xiaomi’s Mi 11 Ultra has a small screen on the unusually wide camera bump.

Xiaomi / Screenshot by Sareena Dayaram / CNET

Xiaomi pulled out all the digital stops on Monday to showcase the latest smartphone crown jewel, the Mi 11 Ultra, as the Chinese company launches a flagship Mi Ultra phone globally for the first time. Announced alongside the Mi 11 Lite and Mi 11 Lite 5G at an hour-long virtual event on Monday, the Mi 11 Ultra is full of the kind of state-of-the-art specs you’d expect from one of the highest-profile Android phones of 2021.

But the prominent feature is a second screen, a feature that is even more unusual when you consider that the Mi 11 Ultra is not a foldable phone.

There is, of course, a screen in front – a 6.81-inch AMOLED panel. But there is also another, small screen located on the huge camera bump, to the right of the three rear cameras. That screen is in the form of a 1.1-inch AMOLED, which Xiaomi says is useful for info and alerts such as battery life, time and incoming calls if the phone is turned down. More importantly, it shows selfie previews, which means you can rely on the Mi 11 Ultra’s three “pro-grade” rear cameras to take selfies.

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Xiaomi / Screenshot by Sareena Dayaram / CNET

The Mi 11 Ultra’s rear camera module consists of a 50-megapixel main sensor as well as a 48-megapixel wide-angle lens and a 48-megapixel periscope-style telephoto lens. Text on the giant camera bump shows “120x”, which surpasses Samsung’s signature 100x Space Zoom feature seen on newer Ultra versions of the S20, S21 and Note 20. In addition, it has 10x optical zoom, making the Mi 11 Ultra a veritable zoomkonge.

As you’d expect from a flagship, the Mi 11 Ultra has a laundry list with premium specs: a crystalline display; the fastest Android processor around, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888; a large 5,000 mAh battery; a set of stereo speakers developed by Harman Kardon; and a trifecta with fast charging support.

Xiaomi has not announced prices outside China yet, but the 256 GB version, which is the internationally launched model, will sell for 6,499 yuan (around $ 990, £ 715 or AU $ 1,295). For more information, see the specification table below.

Xiaomis Mi 11 Ultra specifications

Screen size, resolution,

Front: 6.81-inch AMOLED display (3,200 x 1,440 pixels), Rear: 1.1-inch AMOLED (126 x 294 pixels)

Pixel density

Bak: 515 ppi

Dimensions (millimeters)

164.3 x 74.6 x 8.38 mm

Weight (grams, grams)

234g

Mobile software

Android 11

Camera

50 megapixels (main with 1 / 1.12 inch sensor), 48 megapixels (ultra wide with 120 FOV), 48 megapixels (tele)

Forward-facing camera

20 megapixels

Video recording

8K

Processor

Snapdragon 888

Storage

256 GB

RAM

12 GB

Special features

120x digital zoom, 10x optical zoom, 5G, 67W wired and wireless charging, 10W reverse wireless, IP68, 120Hz refresh rate

Battery

5,000 mAh

Price

TBA


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