Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro+ slated to take on the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
Xiaomi is geared to launch the Mi 11 series on December 29 if recent reports anything to go by. The company will unveil the Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro on that date, and those two phones will be joined by a third device—just like an earlier leak touted.
While said leak hypothesized that the third device would be the Mi 11 Mini—a compact premium phone in the same vein as the iPhone 12 Mini, it appears that will not be the case. The reality of the matter will likely be much more predictable.
According to leakster Digital Chat Station, the third device in the Mi 11 series will be the Mi 11 Pro+. That's not the first time word of such a device has surfaced. Back in August, rumors circulated about the imminent launch of the Mi 10 Pro+. That phone turned out to be the Mi 10 Ultra in actuality, so there's a chance this device may be the Mi 11 Ultra.
In any case, the Mi 11 Pro+ will sit at the very top of the Mi 11 series and is expected to trade blows with the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra when it's released. We expect a 120 Hz QHD+ display and impressive camera hardware at least. A Snapdragon 888 has since been officially confirmed.
其实按照业内很多厂商最高旗舰的产品定义，这次的小米11系列超大杯在小米10系列基础上更进一步，硬件参数上不存在短板了，完全可以和竞品最高旗舰对打，所以价格应该也会涨了[吃瓜]— Digital Chat Station (@StationChat) December 14, 2020