A new smartphone from Xiaomi has passed the benches of the TENAA certification body, and it would be the first smartphone with a 4K UHD screen from the Chinese manufacturer.

Mi 11 Lite for illustration – Credit: Xiaomi

Smartphones with 4K displays aren’t many. Until now, Sony was the only one to offer smartphones with a 4K UHD display (3840 x 2160 pixels). The first dates back to 2015, it was the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium. Nowadays, Sony continues to present smartphones with 4K displays, like the recent Xperia 1 III that we were able to test recently.

Sony will soon no longer be the only one to offer 4K screens, since Xiaomi also plans to launch a model with a screen of such definition. You will therefore be able to enjoy your YouTube or Netflix videos in UHD, which is not possible with current Xiaomi smartphones. According to TENAA, it would be a device answering the number of model 2109119BC, and it could be the next one Xiaomi CC11 Pro that we have been waiting for more than two years now.

The Xiaomi CC11 Pro, the future Note 11 Pro in France?

According to TENAA, the Xiaomi CC11 Pro would be equipped with a 6.55-inch 4K OLED display, powered by a 4,400 mAh battery. We would also find a Snapdragon 778G as on the new Xiaomi 11 Lite NE 5G. The processor would be supported by 6, 8, 12 or 16 GB of RAM with 64, 128, 256 or 512 GB of storage.

On the photo side, we would find a configuration at three cameras with a primary lens of 64 MP, and two other sensors of 8 MP. It could be an ultra-wide-angle sensor and a telephoto lens that allows 5X optical zoom.

We can also note the presence of a fingerprint sensor under the screen, or a host of colors: red, orange, yellow, green, cyan, blue, purple, black, white and pink. Finally, we learn that the smartphone will measure 158 x 71.5 x 7 mm and that it will weigh only 166 grams.

Xiaomi’s CC series was previously available in France under the name Xiaomi Mi Note, the latest dating back to 2019. Indeed, the Xiaomi CC9 and CC9 Pro had arrived in France at the time under the names Xiaomi Mi Note 10 and 10 Pro. These were the first smartphones available here with 108 MP sensors. For the moment, it is not known whether or not this future Xiaomi CC11 Pro will arrive here as the Xiaomi Note 11 Pro or not, but it could be that Xiaomi decides to launch it only in China because of the shortage of components which paralyzes the whole industry.

Source: TENAA


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