Xiaomi is preparing to launch the Mi 11 Ultra phone in the global markets, provided that the phone is initially available in the Malaysian market, where the pre-launch of the phone will begin tomorrow.
Xiaomi recently unveiled the Mi 11 Ultra phone, and today the Chinese giant is preparing to launch the phone in global markets, starting with the Malaysian market, as Xiaomi is offering the phone with a random memory of 12 GB RAM, and a storage capacity of 256 GB for a price of 1040 dollars.
The Chinese giant has released a video clip showing the process of dismantling the Mi 11 Ultra phone, which assesses the internal phone configurations that include a 5000 mAh battery that supports 67W fast charging technology , with support for NFC technology, and three cameras on the back,
The phone also features cool compartments that are easily accessible as it is anchored behind the AMOLED screen in the top half, while the fingerprint sensor appears at the bottom.
The phone also comes with a 50-megapixel GN2 sensor, which is used for the first time. The battery also comes with silicon anode and oxygen, which is a design that supports the battery in the fast charging function with a slim size.