A Xiaomi smartphone with model number M2102K1C appears on Geekbench 5 benchmarking platform. The device scores 1,132 and 3,488 on single and multi-core scores respectively. The device in testing seems to run Snapdragon 888 chipset with Adreno 660 GPU.
The model number is said to belong to the Mi 11 Ultra and it has already been spotted on several certifications including China’s TENAA recently. Anyway, the Geekbench reveals that the device would have 12GB RAM(10.98GB relative), and run Android 11 OS.
Considering Xiaomi already unveiled the MIUI 12.5 at the Mi 11 launch event, we can expect the Mi 11 Ultra to come with it out of the box.
Xiaomi is already hinting at a 50MP GN2 sensor on the Mi 11 Ultra. The device is said to take a great leap in camera tech compared to the non-Pro, Mi 11. The huge rectangular layout on the back will also probably have 48MP Periscope Telephoto and 48MP ultrawide lenses.
Upfront, it is likely to get a 20MP front selfie camera. Speaking of which, the device is said to have a 6.81-inch OLED QHD+ curved screen with a 120Hz refresh rate. Other expected features include a 5,000mAh silicon-oxygen anode battery with 67W charging, IP68 rating, Gorilla Glass Victus protection(Display).
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