The Xiaomi Amy Note 11, a long-awaited Android phone, is finally coming
While the Xiaomi Amy Note 10 was launched in November 2019, the MI Note 11 didn’t show up a year later, to convince people that it wasn’t coming at all. There is no reason to believe, though, that it can start after all.
On the Chinese social media platform Weibo, the famous Laker Bald Panda has shared some information on the company’s upcoming phone Xiaomi MCC11. What to do with MI Note 11? Well, MICC9 was released outside of China as MI Note 10, which makes it very likely that CC11 is an Emmy Note 11 (CC10 has been dropped so that the numbers are the same )۔
According to the Bald Panda, the upcoming Xiaomi phone will have a 90Hz display but only a 64MP main camera – for context the Mi Note 10 was the first smartphone to feature a 108 MP snapper. Charging is said to be 67W, which is nice and fast.
In addition, the chip set is said to be either Snapdragon 778 or Snapdragon 780, two similar mid-range chip sets that will likely be slightly more powerful than the 730G in the Note 10.
Apparently, it has to be a Mi Note 11 Pro with a Snapdragon 870 chipset and a 5x periscope lens, which looks like a better phone. While the MI Note 10 was technically a Pro version, the only difference from the standard model was the increased RAM and storage, so it was basically the same device.
So the Xiaomi Amy Note 11 looks like a good low-cost phone, with the Pro being a well-understood mid-ranger, although they’re probably a downside to the Amy Note 10 in some ways Will be reflected.
From Note 11 to MI12
The bald panda also commented on some other circulating rumors that Xiaomi was working on a phone with a 192 MP or 200 MP main camera. According to Laker, the MI Note 11 or MICC11 won’t get it, but Xiaomi can get the MI12.
The Xiaomi M12 is expected to be the company’s flagship phone by 2022, and if the date is repeated, it will launch in China in late December 2021, before hitting global markets in the first few months of 2022.
This phone will probably be an upper end, so the main sensor of 200 MP is not out of this question, but there are some reasons why it is unlikely. OL, we haven’t seen a high camera phone before. Secondly, 200 MP has too much resistance for too many people, and for a smartphone camera it makes no sense.
We’re crossing our fingers for the MI Note 11, but we don’t have a solid launch window yet – hopefully it will be here a long time ago.