The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra boasts a surprising mini rear screen for selfies in a new video leak
The global presentation of Xiaomi Mi 11 has allowed us to know all the details of the new high-end smartphone from this manufacturer, but together with it we have begun to receive more and more rumors of his older brother, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra.
A leaked video of the Filipino channel Tech Buff now allows us to know many details of that terminal that seems to be legitimate and that stands out especially for a curious mini-screen on the rear camera module.
A miniscreen to aid in higher quality selfies
If indeed the Mi 11 Ultra that has been leaked in the video is legitimate – and it really seems so – we would be facing a smartphone with three sensors in a rear module that stands out for occupying almost the entire width of the terminal and stand out clearly on the body of the mobile.
In this module you can clearly see how one of the 48-megapixel sensors boast a 120x zoom like the one on the Mi 10 Ultra which would be added to the main 50-megapixel sensor and a third for ultra-wide-angle photos with a resolution of 48 megapixels as well.
However, the most striking thing about that rear module is in that curious secondary mini-screen, which seems to be able to act mirroring the main screen.
Although with that size it is not feasible for it to be used for conventional purposes, it seems that such a screen could be a curious way to preview selfies before taking photos, but not with the front camera, but with the rear.
This would allow you to take advantage of those high quality rear sensors to perform selfies with all the advantages of said rear module, especially with its main sensor and with the ultra wide angle for high quality group selfies.
In addition to that difference, the Mi 11 Ultra will have a 5,000 mAh battery and a spectacular fast charging of 67 W. It will also have IP68 resistance, another notable novelty compared to the standard model.
The original video is no longer available, but in XDA-Developers they managed to do a copy that can still be viewed with the Filipino youtuber showing all those characteristics.
The date of presentation of this model is not known, but of course that secondary mini-screen option is one of the most curious ideas that we have seen to be able to take advantage of the rear cameras when it comes to getting those shots.
We had already seen other ways to do the same: rotating chambers of the ASUS Zenfone 6 They are a good example, and it will be necessary to see if Xiaomi’s proposal is confirmed and works properly.
Via | XDA-Developers