He couldn't go a day without Xiaomi Mi 11 being the protagonist of at least one news that concerns him closely. On the other hand, the smartphone after being launched in the mother country and having enjoyed considerable success, a little less the version without charger, here is the arrival of the flagship in a global version, therefore also for our market. A first sign is the beginning of the Mi Explorers program which will allow lucky users of the Mi Community to try it in preview, but above all Xiaomi Mi 11 has obtained Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification in the United States in these hours, also revealing which will be the variants of the top of the range that will arrive for markets other than the Asian one.
From the certification, the Xiaomi Mi 11 is mentioned as the M2011K2G model, confirming the other three certifications apaprse in recent days, such as that of the IMDA of Singapore and the EEC of Russia. Some key specifications of the product are also confirmed, such as 5G connectivity, WiFI 6, Bluetooth, NFC, wireless charging but above all, as already mentioned, the versions with which the device will arrive on our market are revealed.
Mi 11 5G Global Variant Spotted On FCC Certification.
8GB + 128GB
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From what emerges from the FCC certification, Mi 11 will plow the international market with the allocation of 8 GB of RAM and 128 or 256 GB of storage supplied. Therefore we will not see the super variant of 12/256 GB, which will therefore remain exclusive to China.
Xiaomi Mi 11 obtains FCC certification: here are the variants that we will see in the Global version
And apparently we won't even see the variant with a “vegan leather” shell. Not bad perhaps, hoping that at least the price is contained and not blown to the stars. Recall that the Xiaomi Mi 11 boasts a 6,81-inch AMOLED type QHD + display with 120 Hz refresh rate and 480 Hz touch sampling rate, as well as the highly performing Snapdragon 888 SoC, LPDDR5 RAM and storage space in UFS 3.1 format
A real lightning bolt in the smartphone landscape, also considering how much the company has pushed the photographic sector consisting of 3 lenses whose primary sensor has a 108 MP resolution, accompanied by 13 MP ultrawide optics and 5 MP macros, while on the front the selfie camera counts on a resolution of 20 MP.
Unfortunately, certain dates on the global launch of the device do not emerge but we plan to see it by the end of the month or at most the first week of February, coinciding with the launch of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite mid-range.