Xiaomi Mi 11 is confirmed to be the first phone from the company that will come loaded with latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset. The smartphone is rumoured to launch by the end of December. Interestingly, we might also see a Mi 11 Pro variant as well during the launch. Now, just ahead of the official launch, battery capacities of both the phones have been tipped online. Both the phones have been spotted at Chinese 3C certification that gives some information about the batteries of Xiaomi Mi 11 and Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro smartphones. Let’s take a closer look at the 3C certification of both the phones.
As per known tipster Digital Chat Station, two Xiaomi smartphones have been awarded 3C certification in China. The certification reveals that both the phones will come with 2,845mAh and 2,390mAh capacities. The tipster claims that these might be dual-cell batteries, meaning that it will come with fast charging support.
As per the tipster, the total rated value of one battery is 4,780mAh, while the second phone might come with 4,970mAh battery. Furthermore, the standard value of both batteries could be around 5,000mAh. The tipster further claims that both the phones may carry support for 55W fast charging. The phones may take around 35 minutes to fully charge the 5,000mAh capacity.
The Xiaomi Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro smartphones are reported to be the first phones in the series to come with Quad HD+ resolution. The phones are also said to come with 120Hz refresh rate. A previous leak indicates that the phones will come with four-side curved edges along with the punch-hole display. Moving on, both phones might come with AMOLED display
Xiaomi has also already confirmed that Xiaomi Mi 11 will get its power from the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor along with Adreno 660 GPU. Last month, Xiaomi smartphone with model number M2012K11C made an appearance on Geekbench. The Geekbench listing confirmed Adreno 660 GPU, and 6GB RAM. This confirms that M2012K11C is indeed a Mi 11 series device.
Xiaomi M2012K11C will run Android 11 out of the box as revealed in the Geekbench listing. The letter ‘C’ in the model number confirms that it’s the variant for the Chinese market.