Xiaomi Mi 11: renderings to the air of concept
Has the Xiaomi Mi 11 just leaked? This is suggested by the iGeekPhone site which posted yesterday a series of several renderings supposed to represent the terminal. In practice, however, it's best to be cautious.
The renderings look convincing. A rounded smartphone with a screen with non-existent s, an absent notch, a photo module bringing together a whole panoply of sensors, flattering technical characteristics, all the conditions seem to be met for these images to be in the spotlight.
A conceptual rendering of the Xiaomi Mi 11
What is besides in the process of happening. Shortly after the publication of these images, they were indeed taken up by several specialized sites, starting with GizChina .
A Xiaomi Mi 11 less (a little) too good to be true
But are these images credible? On paper, it is clear that this is alittle the case. Xiaomi has repeatedly proven its capacity for innovation in recent years. More importantly, the brand also has all the technical knowledge required to do away with the notch and punch while reducing costs. The Mi 9T and the Mi 9T Pro are good examples.
The same goes for the photo module. This is now a priority for the brand and it has proven it to us with the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro. Two very convincing devices in the field of photo and video.
As for the technical sheet advanced by our colleagues, it is very much in tune with the times . Mention is made in particular of a 144 Hz OLED screen and a Snapdragon 875, all of which could make the Xiaomi Mi 11 and Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro must-haves in the phone market.
But beyond these considerations, we must also take into account a very important factor: time.
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Renderings arriving a little early
The Xiaomi Mi 10 and Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro were both unveiled on the same date, in February 2020. According to all In all likelihood, their successors should therefore be presented at the same time, ie in about 8 months.
And the whole problem is there in the end. At this stage, we are still very far from seeing the emergence of stolen renderings representing the terminal. Typically, renders are produced during the last phase of a phone's pre-launch. When the time has come to trace the contours of the future promotional campaign which will be responsible for anchoring the associated product in everyone's minds.
Still, the achievement is not lacking inhe charm, and that these concept-like renderings will at least have the merit of making us dream a little ... while waiting for the first leaks.
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