In December last year, Xiaomi Mi 11 was officially released. With the world's premiere of Qualcomm's new flagship mobile platform Snapdragon 888, this machine has attracted the attention of many industry insiders and consumers.
In March of this year, Xiaomi held a spring new product launch. Xiaomi 11 Pro, Xiaomi 11 Ultra, and Xiaomi 11 Youth Edition appeared one after another.
So what exactly did the Mi 11 series look like at the beginning of the design?
Today, the digital blogger @数码闲聊站 posted a design drawing that was cut off during the development phase of the Xiaomi Mi 11 series.
As can be seen from the picture, the Xiaomi Mi 11 series and the mass production machine in the development stage have completely different styles in the design of the camera module. At the same time, a center-mounted digging screen is used on the front.
What do netizens think of the design of the "first generation" Mi 11 series?
According to Xiaomi's official battle report, Xiaomi Mi 11 went on sale in only 5 minutes, and its omni-channel sales exceeded 1.5 billion.
Not only that, Xiaomi 11 sold more than 1 million units in just 21 days. It is understood that this is the fastest high-end flagship phone in the history of Xiaomi's mobile phone with a sales volume of one million.
In terms of specifications, in addition to the first Snapdragon 888, Xiaomi Mi 11 is also equipped with up to 12GB memory + 256GB storage, front 20 million pixels, rear 100 million main camera, 13 million ultra wide-angle, 5 million telephoto and macro three-shot, battery It is 4600mAh and supports 55W fast charge.
And the strongest flagship in the history of Xiaomi, the first sales of Xiaomi 11 Pro and Xiaomi 11 Ultra in all channels exceeded 1.2 billion yuan in one minute, showing their popularity.
Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11 Ultra also have a number of new technologies that were released worldwide.
In order to meet the high performance and continuous output, Xiaomi 11 Ultra is the world's first generation of nano-silicon oxide anode battery, which can bring higher charging speed and energy density.
At the same time, the two flagships first launched the industry's largest bottom sensor GN2 jointly developed with Samsung, which is comparable to the 1/1.12 inch ultra-large photosensitive area of the black card.