Xiaomi Mi 11 appears in official images, listings, and Geekbench
Xiaomi will introduce the Mi 11 flagship series next Monday (December 28) and the phone started popping more and more frequently. After the teaser from this morning, now the Mi 11 family was also listed on JD.com, and went by Geekbench, showcasing its 12GB RAM.
The Geekbench data gives us a preview of how the Snapdragon 888 and its CPU will perform. The single-core score is 1,135, while the result for multiple cores is 3,642 - a massive 15-20% increase, compared with the Snapdragon 865+ results.
According to early leaked images, the front of the Mi 11 will have curved sides and a single punch hole in the upper left corner, but this might be the Mi 11 Pro as well. It gets more interesting on the back - looks like we really are getting two big-sized shooters, while the third one being smaller and outside the black island; but still within the setup.
- 28 Dec 2020
I never said they should use under display cameras. Sure xiaomi and oppo have showed working prototypes way before zte axon 20 was launched, but this tech itself has privacy issues even if they're taking good pictures. There are literally a lot ...
- 27 Dec 2020
EXCUSE ME? Under display cameras are still not 100% better quality than a punchole or a notch so please, wait for the technology to improve. Someday, probably under display cameras will be provided next year, 2022.
- 23 Dec 2020
oh plase no curved edge screen