Xiaomi will launch the Mi 11 in France on February 8

 

 


 

After being presented last month in its native country, the new Xiaomi Mi 11 smartphone will be unveiled in France next week.

The press received its little invitation card, which asks us to mark with a cross the date of February 8 at 1:00 p.m. in order to (re) discover the Mi 11 and its variations.

 

 


 

 

The first smartphone under Snapdragon 888 in France


Beaten for a few weeks by Samsung and its S21 in certain markets, the Mi 11 should therefore be the very first smartphone to offer the Snapdragon 888 in France.

In addition to this new powerful chipset, the Xiaomi Mi 11 is distinguished by its large AMOLED screen offering a QHD + definition on a frequency of 120 Hz. Enough to tease the Galaxy S21 Ultra on its territory.

 

 


 

 

We will of course take the time to detail the technical sheet next week. Just remember that the Mi 11 is stacked with a main 108 megapixel photo sensor, and that its 4,600 mAh battery can be recharged at 55 W. Warning: like Apple with the iPhone 12 and Samsung with the S21, you have to expect the disappearance of the charger from the Mi 11 box.

On the price side, the Mi 11 was announced (after conversion) around 500 € HT. In France, it will logically be necessary to expect a higher price. Remember that the Mi 10 was launched from € 799 last year.

 

 

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A Mi 11 Pro that begins to reveal itself


Surprisingly absent from the conference held in China last month, the Mi 11 Pro could therefore make its appearance next week. Moreover, certain details about it have started to leak on the Net, as well as a supposed 3D rendering of the beast.

 

 


 

 

Its main difference with the Mi 11? Its photo configuration, of course. With four sensors under its belt, the Mi 11 Pro could achieve 120x digital zoom. To date, the maximum achievable (on the S21 Ultra in particular) is 100x - and the results are far from exceptional. We remain curious about the feat, but we still expect a gadget.

The maximum recharge would allow this time 120 W (still without charger?), And even 67 W wireless. We would also switch to a 5,000 mAh battery.

Some gray areas that we will of course take care of clearing up next week after the Xiaomi conference.

 

 

 


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