A few days ago, Xiaomi made the Mi 11 official as the World’s first smartphone powered by the Snapdragon 888 SOC, but the company didn’t launch the Mi 11 Pro. While there is no information from Xiaomi on the “Pro” version, there are already rumors of it launching in February. Now, an image is circulating online that shows the alleged design of Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro from the rear so we can see the camera module. This image shows the phone in two colors.
Now, looking at the image, it seems like this is a render based on the leaks and not the official render of the Mi 11 Pro. It shows that while the Mi 11 had a square-shaped camera module with a triple camera setup, the Mi 11 Pro has a rectangular camera module with a Quad camera setup. The star of the show is the Periscope camera that offers up to 120X Zoom, previously seen on the Mi 10 Ultra. The Mi 10 Ultra featured a periscope camera with 10X Optical Zoom, so we expect the same to be the case with the Periscope camera of Mi 11 Pro.
It is not known what sensor is there for the primary camera, but it is also possible that Xiaomi goes for the same 108 Megapixel sensor that is there on the regular Mi 11.
This is not the first time we have seen this leaked design. In fact, more than a month ago, the case renders of Mi 11, and Mi 11 Pro leaked that showed the same design. The design of the Mi 11 shown in those case renders was correct, so we can assume that the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro indeed has the same camera module design as shown in the newly leaked image because the case renders showed the same design as well.
We don’t know what other upgrades the Mi 11 Pro is bringing over the Mi 11, but it is said that the display remains unchanged. So the Mi 11 Pro has the same 6.81-inch AMOLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate and 2K resolution.