Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra has also obtained the TENAA certification: this means that the launch of the smartphone is closer than ever.
The highly anticipated Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is about to arrive and to confirm it is also the certification of the important Chinese body TENAA: here are all the details.
Mi 11 Ultra ready for 5G
Numerous rumors have stated that the model number of the Mi 11 Ultra is M2012K1G and, to date, this device has received CEE Europe, BIS from India, and Telecom from Indonesia certifications. And a few hours ago, the Chinese variant of Xiaomi’s device received approval from the TENAA authority, which also approved another device – marked with the model number M2102K11AC.
In the pages of the institution, there are neither the images nor the specifications of the Xiaomi M2102K1C and M2012K11AC smartphones, since the only news that brings us the TENAA certification is that the devices are ready for 5G. While the M2102K1C is expected to debut as the Mi 11 Ultra, there is a possibility that the M2102K11AC could arrive in the Chinese market as the Mi 11 Pro. Although both terminals are yet to receive 3C certifications, the attestation from TENAA makes us assume they could be launched in March or April.
Coming to the alleged specifications of the Xiaomi MI 11 Ultra, it seems that the device could enjoy a 6.8-inch OLED screen with curved edges, capable of supporting a Quad HD + resolution and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. In addition, it could be equipped with a 20-megapixel selfie camera and a triple rear setup of 50 megapixels + 48 megapixels (super wide angle) + 48 megapixels (telephoto periscope) with 120x zoom support.
Onboard this – on paper – extraordinary smartphone there could be the Snapdragon 888 SoC with LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage. For energy autonomy there should be a 5,000 mAh battery, with support for 67 W charging and 67 W wireless charging; finally, it seems that the phone will have a secondary screen on the back.