Xiaomi was the first company to introduce a Snapdragon 888 5G-powered smartphone in China, the Mi 11, in 2020. The Chinese giant recently announced that the Mi 11 Ultra would be released in India on April 23. Next week, Xiaomi is expected to launch the latest Mi 11X range, which includes the Mi 11X and Mi 11X Pro, as well as the Mi 11 Ultra.
Manu Kumar Jain, the Managing Director of Xiaomi India, made the announcement. He recently stated that Qualcomm intends to carry more Snapdragon 888-powered phones to India. On Twitter today, he announced the launch of the much-anticipated Mi 11X series.
Mi Fans, Xcited that '✖️' flagship series is coming to #India! 😍
🔥 Xtreme performance
🔥 Xceptional display, camera & sound
🔥 Xquisite design
🔥 Xclusive / customized for India
— Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) April 12, 2021
As you can see, Jain confirms that the latest Mi 11X-series of flagship devices will be available in India with “Xtreme output, Xceptional display, camera, and sound, and Xquisite architecture.” Furthermore, he notes that the forthcoming devices will be “customized for India.”
Upcoming Xiaomi Mi 11x & Mi 11x Pro – Expected Specification And Rumours
The Mi 11X and Mi 11X Pro are rumored to be the company’s latest devices. The Xiaomi 11X is thought to be a rebranded Redmi K40 or Poco F3 from earlier this year. The Mi 11X Pro, on the other hand, may be a rebranded Redmi K40 Pro/Pro+ or Mi 11i (rebranded K40 Pro in global markets).
Both smartphones in the Xiaomi Mi 11X series are expected to be powered by the same processor as the Redmi K40 series. As a result, the Snapdragon 888 chipset could be found within the Mi 11X Pro.
The Snapdragon 870 is likely to be used in the lower-end Mi 11X. Aside from that, the phones will have a 6.67-inch E4 AMOLED touchscreen with a refresh rate of 120Hz. On the back of both phones, there is a triple camera configuration.
Upcoming Xiaomi Mi 11x & Mi 11x Pro – Expected Pricing
If these devices are priced similarly to the Redmi K40 series in China, the Mi 11X Pro’s base model could cost Rs 33,700 (CNY 2,999). The base model of the Mi 11X, on the other hand, would cost about Rs 24,700 (CNY 2,199).
These are, though, just guesses. When the Mi 11X series is officially unveiled on April 23, we’ll know the exact prices. So keep an eye out for that!