Yesterday, famous designer and leaker Ben Geskin shared a high-quality image of the flagship Mi 11 Pro, due to be released in February.
It is known that this image was created based on case leaks as well as leaked drawings of the phone. Thanks to that we get the initial visualization of the Mi 11 Pro design and some interesting information about the rear camera cluster.
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According to Gizchina, Ben Geskin was the first to post an accurate render of the iPhone X, Xiaomi Mi 10, iPhone 12 and many other smartphones, so the source he shares can trust.
With the Mi 11 Pro, leaked photos show that this phone will have a glossy glass back and comes with a rectangular horizontal camera cluster, in the top left corner. It houses 4 camera lenses with the main sensor having a resolution of 50MP instead of 108MP like the standard Mi 11 variant.
Specifically, the new flagship model launched by Xiaomi not long ago has a Samsung ISOCELL HMX (S5KHMX) sensor with 108 megapixel resolution, 1 / 1.33 inch size, 0.8 um pixel size. This camera has previously appeared in the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro, Xiaomi Mi 10, Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro and Motorola Edge +.
Rumor has it that the 50MP sensor of Mi 11 Pro will be the Sony IMX782, which is also expected to appear on Huawei’s upcoming P50 series.