Digital blogger revealed today that the rear lens of Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro is still a matrix module design, but compared to Mi 11, the lens module part is larger, so it will be more recognizable. high.
In addition, the rear lens of the Mi 11 Pro includes at least three sensors, which is good performance; in addition, the Mi 11 Ultra seems to be stronger. Earlier, it was reported that Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will adopt a three-camera solution with a super-large bottom and support 120x zoom shooting.
In addition, the blogger also confirmed that Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro will not adopt a vertical three-camera solution similar to Xiaomi Mi 10. This may also confirm the authenticity of the rendering of the machine that has previously flowed online. The rendering shows that the machine is horizontal. The arranged four-camera camera modules are generally similar to the Mi 11 design.
It also revealed that the screen parameter form of Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro is exactly the same as that of Xiaomi Mi 11. It will also be equipped with a 6.81-inch 2K quad-curved display with a pixel density of up to 515PPI, support 120Hz refresh rate, 480Hz touch Controlled sampling rate, and DCI-P3 color gamut display, peak brightness up to 1500nit. In addition, according to the previous MIUI leaked code, Xiaomi Mi11 Pro will also support MEMC video frame supplement, video real-time SDR to HDR, and other functions.
The Xiaomi Mi 11Pro protective case was exposed. As shown in the picture, the protective case shows that the Mi 11 Pro has four cameras. and the far right side is suspected to be a periscope telephoto lens.
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