Xiaomi introduced the Mi 11 smartphone at the end of 2020, becoming the first company to launch a device with the Snapdragon 888 chipset. We’ve since seen a number of solid reports that the company is preparing to launch a Mi 11 Pro in February, further expanding the lineup.
Now, according to a source from China, the new Mi 11 Pro (or Mi 11 Pro+) device will have 80W wireless fast charging. Xiaomi has already developed the technology but before it gets to phones, it needs to clear verification from authorities.
If the tech makes it (a rather big if, granted) the Mi 11 Pro will have the fastest wireless charging in the world. We’ve already reported it takes 18 minutes to fill up a 4,000 mAh cell with a dedicated stand, but we should also expect to see the 120W wired charging, spotted in the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra.
Other rumored specs of the new flagship include a better camera setup placed on a massive rectangle, a periscope lens for 10x optical zoom, and 120x hybrid zoom. The display should be the same as the Mi 11 – 6.81” OLED with QHD+ resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, and 480Hz touch sampling rate.