Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro teams up with MIUI 12 for advanced screen-viewing technology as tipster also leaks impressive camera details
It seems Digital Chat Station is keeping a close eye on the Xiaomi Mi 11 development and has offered up a couple of new tidbits about the expected Pro variant of the series, which may or may not even be named the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro. Apparently, the main lens can convert images (via 4-in-1 pixel binning) to “approximately 50 MP”, which suggests the camera will be 192 MP or even 200 MP.
The tipster further states that the Mi 11 Pro’s telephoto sensor may also utilize 4-in-1 pixel binning to produce 12 MP images, suggesting that there is a 48 MP telephoto lens onboard, although Digital Chat Station is unsure about this particular detail. There is no further information offered for the regular Xiaomi Mi 11, although it was recently rumored that the likely Snapdragon 875-powered flagship would sport a 48 MP ultra wide-angle lens.
On top of the camera information, the same source also gave up some details about the viewing technologies that should be found in the Xiaomi Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro, provided by the presence of the latest MIUI 12 firmware build. For a start, users can apparently expect to enjoy the benefits of MEMC technology, which uses motion compensation software to deliver a smoother moving image. There is also mention of “video real-time SDR to HDR and video super resolution” along the same lines as what is offered up by the OPPO Find X2 series, which has been praised for its Ultra Vision display.
小米新旗舰屏幕不错嗷，MIUI12内测固件已经加入了一堆适配屏幕的显示技术。除了MEMC视频补帧，还有视频实时SDR转HDR和视频超分辨率，Find X2用户应该对这些不陌生[笑而不语] pic.twitter.com/G39epHOtRT— Digital Chat Station (@StationChat) November 18, 2020