If you thought last year’s Mi 10 Ultra was an insane (in a good way) smartphone, the upcoming Mi 11 Ultra wants to one-up its predecessor with a crazy screen on its back – so that you use the (also insane) main camera array for selfies and vlogs, we assume.
Anyway, the Mi 11 Ultra has been certified in Indonesia, as you can see from the image below. This doesn’t tell us anything about the device, other than that it’s one step closer to launch. Oh, and that it will be officially available outside of China, unlike the Mi 10 Ultra. But that was also obvious from its model number ending in “G” (for “global” in Xiaomi parlance).
As proven through a leaked hands-on video in February, the Mi 11 Ultra is the M2102K1G. From that hands-on experience we also got most of its specs, so here’s the quick list. Expect Xiaomi’s top dog flagship for 2021 to sport a 6.81-inch WQHD+ 120 Hz AMOLED screen, IP68 water and dust resistance, stereo speakers, the Snapdragon 888 at the helm, and a 5,000 mAh battery with 67W wired and 67W wireless charging, as well as 10W reverse wireless charging.
The cameras deserve a paragraph of their own. The main sensor is likely to be the biggest one ever put inside a smartphone, with 50 MP resolution (12.5 MP output with pixel binning), paired with a 48 MP ultrawide and a 48 MP periscope zoom lens capable of around 5x optical magnification and 120x digital zoom.