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Leaked Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro details point to a QHD curved display with a punch-hole and a 120 Hz refresh rate

Xiaomi has supposedly settled on a punch-hole display of the Mi 11 Pro - Mi 10 Pro pictured. (Image source: Notebookcheck)
Xiaomi has supposedly settled on a punch-hole display of the Mi 11 Pro - Mi 10 Pro pictured. (Image source: Notebookcheck)
A new leak has offered more details on the Mi 11 Pro, Xiaomi's first flagship smartphone of 2021. The Mi 11 Pro will a few display upgrades from the Mi 10 Pro, including a 1440p (QHD) resolution and a 120 Hz refresh rate. The punch-hole and curved finish of this year's model will remain, though.

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Xiaomi has released a lot of flagships this year, but they all have their compromises. The Mi 10 Ultra may well be the jewel in the crown, but Xiaomi does not sell it outside of China. The Mi 10T Pro is the company's most recent flagship, but it pairs a 144 Hz refresh rate with IPS display technology, rather than the richer AMOLED technology that it uses in other smartphones like the Mi 10 Pro. The latter impressed us when we reviewed it earlier this year, but its 90 Hz refresh rate pales in comparison to newer flagships with AMOLED screens. These three Xiaomi smartphones are all restricted to 1080p too, which is not much of a flagship resolution these days.

The Mi 11 Pro may change all of that though, according to Digital Chat Station. Last month, the leaker claimed that Xiaomi had purchased a '2K high refresh screen', which they have now expanded upon. Apparently, the Mi 11 Pro will have a curved screen and a punch-hole, just like the Mi 10 Pro did this year. Digital Chat Station adds that the size of the punch-hole will be comparable to the one in the Mi 10 Pro, which is about as large as other punch-holes.

A 1440p (QHD) resolution and a 120 Hz refresh rate would be an improvement from the 1080p and 90 Hz panel in the Mi 10 Pro, though. Additionally, the Mi 11 Pro is expected to feature the Snapdragon 875 chipset, which Qualcomm is expected to announce next month. Hence, the Mi 11 Pro should offer a healthy performance over the Mi 10 Pro, too.

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A close-up of the punch-hole on the Mi 10 Pro. (Image source: Notebookcheck)
A close-up of the punch-hole on the Mi 10 Pro. (Image source: Notebookcheck)
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Alex Alderson, 2020-11-16 (Update: 2020-11-16)