If you can believe the documentation of the Chinese Telecommunications Bureau, Xiaomi will soon surprise us with a brand new smartphone. According to published documents, that alone wouldn’t be a significant number, but it could be a device with a 4K display.
TENAA is responsible for verifying that a particular telecommunications device is suitable for marketing within China’s borders. Although the mobile has not yet received its certificates, the published listing confirms some of its features. It is believed that the 2109119BC model is none other than the Xiaomi CC11 Pro, although this is interesting because this “CC” name was in principle retired by the Chinese manufacturer with a brand new phone called the Civi.
Whatever the final name of the phone, TENAA says its display will be 6.55 inches, and its resolution will be 3840 x 2160. According to the documentation, an OLED panel will be used during production. The resolution is interesting because it refers to a traditional 16: 9 screen, just like a simple 4K television.
The soul of the device will be a currently unknown 2.4 GHz, eight-core processor chipset with 6/8/12/16 GB of RAM and 64/128/256/512 GB of storage, depending on the package you choose. The mysterious Xiaomi mobile’s primary camera will boast a resolution of 64 megapixels, with the module being assisted by two additional 8-megapixel sensors. As previous rumors suggest, it is probably an ultra-wide-angle or a 5x telephoto sensor.
It is pretty questionable how long a 4400 mAh battery will be able to power this mobile phone with a 4K resolution display, although this may not be a problem with well-optimized software. The list of hardware features also includes a fingerprint reader mounted under the screen.
According to TENAA, the mobile will be available in orange, red, yellow, green, cyan, blue, purple, white, black, and pink as soon as it receives the necessary permits.