Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra With Snapdragon 888 Geekbench Tested

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The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra which is gearing up for launch is now on Geekbench where it reveals the it’s running on Snapdragon 888 paired with 12GB RAM and running Android 11

Xiaomi has confirmed it will hold an event on March 29 and we hope that at the event Xiaomi will announce a number of its newest products, including of course the most awaited one is the new member of the Mi 11 Series smartphone.

There are several new Mi 11 Series smartphones that are expected to arrive such as the Mi 11 Ultra and Mi 11 Pro whose leaks have started popping up over the last few weeks. Including the newest coming from Geekbench who has tested one Xiaomi device bearing the model number M2102K1C.

We’ve looked at the device with model number M2102K1C at a number of certifications, and it was revealed that it belongs to the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. Meanwhile Geekbench revealed that Xiaomi is testing the performance of this new cellphone before they unveil it.

As reported from MySmartPrice, Geekbench confirmed that the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra will be powered by a chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 which isn’t too surprising as it runs the Android 11 operating system and is paired with 12GB of RAM. However, we also hope that this phone will have several RAM variants when it is officially launched.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra Geekbench

As for its testing, the popular benchmarking platform gave the Mi 11 Ultra a score of 1,132 on the single-core and 3,488 on the multi-core test. This score is not much different from the Snapdragon 888 powered smartphone line we’ve seen so far.

But apart from the kitchen runway, the interesting story of the Mi 11 Ultra comes from several additional features that will be sweet. For example the new Surge chip which was recently confirmed by Xiaomi and there is also a new generation of batteries anode silicon-oxygen which the company first introduced at Xiaomi Mi Mi Alpha.

This battery technology allows the battery to stay slim by promising faster charging. Speaking of chargers, 3C certification tells us that the new flagship Xiaomi it will be equipped with technology 67W fast charging. While the battery itself is estimated to have a capacity of 5,000 mAh.

The Mi 11 Pro is also rumored to have the same battery. And speaking of Mi 11 Pro, previously Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun teased this phone by sharing a retail box on his account Weibo. Unfortunately that doesn’t reveal much information, but its slimmer appearance than the Mi 10 Pro suggests that Xiaomi will remove the charger in the Mi 11 Pro box like in Wed 11.

ritel box Mi 11 Pro

As for other teasers like the new cooler design the company recently teased. While the photography sector Mi 11 Ultra will also not disappoint, which has previously been confirmed to carry a 50 megapixel camera.

This will use Samsung ISOCELL GN2 which has a large sensor size of 1 / 1.12 inches and it is expected to be equipped with a periscope lens with sustain 120x digital zoom like the first time we saw it on Mi 10 Ultra.

While the leaked rear design renders of the Mi 11 Ultra suggest that the smartphone features a large camera module with the addition of a secondary screen inside, the Mi 11 Pro will likely have that too.

secondary screen on the back camera module of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra

Looking at the specifications, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra does look promising. But we need to wait a few more days to see it in person when Xiaomi makes it official, and we have to see if this Xiaomi flagship smartphone is capable of fighting the likes of Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra in competition.

Apart from the Mi 11 Ultra or Mi 11 Pro, at the March 29 event we hope to see other devices that Xiaomi will announce. For example Mi 11 Lite which will come as an affordable model in the Mi 11 Series family.

There’s also the Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 6 and maybe we’ll see the arrival of a new Mi Mix Series device. Although it hasn’t been confirmed yet, rumors are spreading that it will be folding cell phone first Xiaomi.