Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra details revealed with a 2K and 120 Hz display, a 5,000 mAh battery and up to 67 W wireless charging
The first details about the Mi 11 Ultra have surfaced online, courtesy of Digital Chat Station. Apparently, the Mi 11 Ultra will retain the flagship display specifications of its predecessor, at least in terms of a 120 Hz peak refresh rate and a 2K resolution at any rate. Additionally, the Mi 11 Ultra's screen will have a single punch-hole for a front-facing camera and curved at all corners.
Moreover, Digital Chat Station believes that the Mi 11 Ultra will support at least 67 wireless charging, which would be a 17 W increase on the wireless charging capabilities of the Mi 10 Ultra. The 34% increase in wireless charging wattage should offset the increased charging times associated with the Mi 11 Ultra having a larger battery than its predecessor, though. Apparently, Xiaomi has recently revised the Mi 11 Ultra's battery capacity from 4,700 mAh to 5,000 mAh, a substantial increase from the 4,500 mAh battery in the Mi 10 Ultra.
The claim that the Mi 11 Ultra will support up to 67 W wireless charging suggests that Xiaomi has failed to get regulatory approval of its 80 W wireless charging technology in time to include it in its next flagship smartphones. Previously, Xiaomi has reputedly hoped to receive approval for this technology to include it in the Mi 11 Pro. Still, we imagine 80 W wireless charging will debut in a Xiaomi smartphone before too long.
According to Digital Chat Station, Xiaomi will announce the Mi 11 Ultra this month, which seems rather soon. The company only released the Mi 10 Ultra in August, so the arrival of a successor in February would only give the Ultra a six-month lifespan. Mind you, Xiaomi has already retired the Redmi K30 Ultra, a device that it also released last August.