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The first Xiaomi phone to get water resistance is Mi 11 Ultra

In a global online event scheduled to take place today, Xiaomi will be launching the Mi 11 Ultra, Mi 11 Pro, and Lite 11 Lite. What you need to know is here.



In today's worldwide series Xiaomi is all set to introduce new smartphones. On the worldwide market today, Mi 11 Ultra, Mi 11 Pro, and Mi 11 Lite have new information that confirms that there is a critical feature on one of them before it is launched. The Mi 11 Ultra is resistant to water. Read also - Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite has confirmed Snapdragon 780G before its global launch.


The business itself has verified the facts. Here's an overview of all our information. So, I guess it's the right thing to do. Read - Realme 8 vs Redmi Note 10 Pro: Indian price, compared to specifications.


Mi 11 Ultra to get waterproof IP68


Xiaomi has taken to Twitter and announced that IP68 water and dust resistance is one of the phones launched today. For 30 minutes, you can immerse your phone in up to 1.5 meters of water. The Mi 11 Ultra is the eldest sibling we expect. Read more - Mi 11 Ultra features a new super-rapid electric-inspired battery-tech.


The telephone is the first company to provide water resistance with this capacity. Up to now, Xiaomi phones have been immune to splash.


The phone should also be supplied with a Helium escape valve to release the built-in pressure to prevent damage. The phone is also suggested.




Mi 11 Ultra Functions, Specifications


Whilst we have not all the official info, some of us have an idea about the Mi 11 Ultra and Mi 11 phones that are today being launched.


The Mi 11 Ultra comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor and a QHD+ Amaeled monitor with a 120Hz refresh rate. The ISOCELL-GN2 main sensor, a telephoto, and a periscopic lens are supposed to come with a 50 megapixel. Up to 10 times optical zoom, new PDAF technology, and better camera features are planned.


The computer is anticipated to be equipped with a quick charge 5,000mAh battery 67W, 10W inverted wireless charge, and run on Android 11 with MIUI 12.5.




 


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Source- BGR

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