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Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra packs Snapdragon 888, pro-grade cameras and super fast charging

Xiaomi is launching its new flagship smartphone today – the Mi 11 Ultra. With the goal of revolutionising smartphone photography and videography, the Mi 11 Ultra packs a professional-grade triple camera setup.

Building on the success of the Mi 10 Ultra, the Mi 11 Ultra is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC, which is currently the most powerful platform available for Android smartphones. Supporting Quick Charge, the Mi 11 Ultra is capable of 67 watt charging through wireless and wired charging, allowing the battery to reach 100% capacity in 36 minutes of charge time.

In keeping with other flagship devices, the Mi 11 Ultra ships with a 120Hz AMOLED display with support for Dolby Vision and HDR10+ content for impressive colour and peak brightness. You will also find a 1.1″ AMOLED display on the rear of the phone, which acts as an always-on display for notifications.

All three rear camera lenses on the Mi 11 Ultra are capable of shooting 8K video at 24 frames per second. The two main cameras are a 50 MP Samsung GN2 with a 61 degree FoV and a laser array focus system, while the second is a 48 MP wide-angle lens with a 128 degree FoV. Finally, the third camera is a TeleMacro lens, with 5x optical zoom and 120x digital zoom.

The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra will be available in the UK starting in late April with 12GB of memory and 256GB of storage. The Xiaomi Mi Lite and Mi 11i have also been announced today, but will not be available in the UK.

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