Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro quad-curve screen and huge main camera lens feature in supposed leaked render and live photo
A couple of images of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro have turned up, and while the render of the flagship device is probably fake, the supposed live image may be real. The render of the Mi 11 Pro depicts the device in promo material, which seems to be a work in progress on a graphic designer’s computer somewhere. There is a name “Xiaomi 11” (curiously, not “Xiaomi Mi 11” or just “Mi 11”) and a view of the rear of the smartphone. Three camera lenses appear to be included in the setup, with a huge main lens dominating the housing.
While there are expectations that both the Xiaomi Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro will feature a very high-MP main camera lens, this render (see below) is more than likely fake. However, the purported live photo of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro offers a little bit more credibility, with the screen being the star of the show this time. Shared via Twitter by TechDroider, there are a couple of takeaways to be had here that may either please or disappoint Xiaomi fans looking forward to the Mi 10 Pro’s successor.
It appears that if this is really the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro then there is no under-display technology being utilized, as the punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera can be clearly seen in the top left-hand corner. There’s also the presence of the already rumored quad-curve display, which judging by the comments to this particular tweet is either very welcome or simply a Huawei P40 Pro rip-off. If real-life photos of the Mi 11 Pro are already being leaked, then a December launch could actually be on the cards.