The now upcoming Xiaomi MI 11 Lite continues to appear in more and more certification sites around the world. In the previous days the smartphone was in fact certified with model number M2101K9AG by bodies such as SIRIM for Malaysia, CEE for Europe, FCC for the United States, NBTC for Thailand, IMDA for Singapore and on Bluetooth SIG.
Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite certified by IMDA: there will be a 4G and a 5G version
The various certifications had revealed that it was a smartphone, but apparently there will also be a version of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lit and with 5G connectivity.
According to the Indian leakster Abshek Yadav, the smartphone has in fact just been certified again by the IMDA certification body, but this time with model number M2101K9G and with support for 5G networks, along with NFC, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Unfortunately, the other specifications have not been revealed.
At the moment we still don't know what the differences will be between the 4G and 5G versions of the Xiaomi MI 11 Lite. It is possible that the two smartphones have many features in common and that only the SoC changes, which in turn adds or removes 5G connectivity.
As for the other specifications, from the FCC certification of the 4G variant we have learned that the smartphone will be launched in at least two memory configurations, with up to 128 GB or 256 GB of store. While RAM should be limited to 6GB. The Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite should then adopt a 4.520 mAh battery and support fast charging with a maximum power of 33 W. There will be Bluetooth at version 5.2 and MIUI 12 as an operating system.
Specifications not yet confirmed by certification (or brand) include an LCD display with a 120Hz refresh rate. All powered by a Snapdragon 732G chipset, at least for the 4G version.
For the photos we should find three cameras on the back with the main one having a resolution of 64MP.