When compared to other flagship phones, the unique factor of the Mi 11 Ultra is the presence of a secondary screen on the back. Measuring 1.1 inches and having the Always On Display (AOD) feature, the screen can perform various functions such as displaying the time, notifications, camera viewfinder, and more.
Now there is news saying, it turns out that the rear screen is not made explicitly for the Mi 11 Ultra, but the same screen on other Xiaomi products. According to ITHome, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun revealed the secondary screen of his latest flagship phone is the same as the one used in the Mi Band 5. This means that this is an AMOLED type.
Reporting from Gizmochina (7/4), it is unsure whether Xiaomi will reuse the unsold Mi Band 5 screen units or order more of these screen units from suppliers. However, the fact that the screen is not custom-made means that it will reduce the Mi 11 Ultra’s manufacturing costs.
The main screen of the Mi 11 Ultra comes with a curved 6.81-inch size with a resolution of 3200×1440 pixels with a punch hole for the front camera. The processor inside uses Snapdragon 888 and is combined with up to 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM. There are also several storage variants with a maximum of 512GB.
Camera-wise, the Mi 11 Ultra has a 50MP Samsung GN2 main camera, a 48MP Sony IMX586 ultra wide-angle camera, and a 48MP Sony IMX586 periscope lens camera that doubles as a telephoto and macro camera.
The battery capacity is 5000 mAh with support for fast charging via cable and wireless power of 67W. The price of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra starts at CNY5999 or around IDR 13.3 million.