A couple of days ago we reported the words of a well-known Chinese leakster who stated that the next Xiaomi flagship, the Mi 11 Pro, would arrive with one curved screen on all sides. Well, a few days later another Asian blogger released what we can consider a concept render of the Mi 11 Pro.
Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro could arrive with this design (concept render)
In the released images we see the Xiaomi 11 Pro with a truly full screen design, if not for the front camera hole in the top center and the slight edges above and below. The edges on the left and right are totally invisible, thanks to a slight curvature of the screen on the sides.
Moving on to the back, the blogger proposes a look very similar to that seen on the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro at the beginning of the year, but the cameras placed vertically are three instead of four, accompanied by a single camera on the right, as well as a laser sensor for the autofocus and an LED flash.
In general, even if it is a concept of the Mi 11 Pro, the render shows a device not so different from the Mi 10 Pro released in February, at least in the rear. The front one instead sees an upgrade of the edges that are now much thinner, especially if we go to see the lower chin. So this is probably the most realistic concept phone to ever appear online.
As for the smartphone specifications, the blogger did not mention any hardware, but we already know that like every Xiaomi flagship, the Mi 11 Pro will equip the brand new Snapdragon 875 produced by Qualcomm, which could debut on December XNUMXst at the Snapdragon Tech Summit. We then expect at least 8GB of RAM, 128GB of internal memory, 108MP rear camera and according to the latest rumors also one screen with QHD + resolution and 120Hz refresh rate.