A probable Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro makes it onto Geekbench just before its launch
Xiaomi is scheduled to hold a major product event tomorrow (March 29, 2021). Based on the slew of leaks and rumors surrounding this launch, the OEM's top-end mobile offerings are about to get much more granular with the debut of the Mi 11 Ultra, not to mention the next Mi Mix (which might even be foldable in this generation). For enthusiasts with just slightly less cash, there is also the impending Mi 11 Pro.
This device is projected to turn out with super-fast 120W charging, an IP68 rating and the 50MP Samsing ISOCELL GN2 as a main camera. According to what might be its new Geekbench scores, it might also have 12GB of RAM.
This apparent last-minute leak pertains to the "Xiaomi M2102K1AC", which may indeed be this Mi 10 Pro successor's model number. It seems to confirm that the device will run on the Snapdragon 888 processor, and that the Pro has the code-name mars (whereas the Mi 11 is venus and the Mi 11 Ultra most likely star).
This "Mi 11 Pro" has accumulated 11 sets of Geekbench 5 results to date, some of which match up to, if not beat, what might be those for the Ultra (or M2102K1C) on the same platform. Therefore, it will be interesting to see how the two new variants differ at their launch tomorrow.
So far, we know that the Mi 11 Ultra is slated to do so with cutting-edge battery tech and what could be an even more elaborate camera set-up. All in all, Xiaomi seems primed to deliver an enthralling show for tech-lovers in less than 24 hours from now.