Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra and Pro yielded 155 million euros in 60 seconds!

After its recent presentation, everything indicated that the new Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra and Mi 11 Pro would be extremely popular, and the suspicions were confirmed.

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Through a publication on the social network Weibo, the manufacturer revealed that both models were unavailable after just 1 minute of being launched in stores. During that time, revenues of around 155 million euros were recorded.

As in the past, the brand decided not to reveal the number of units sold. But, judging by the numbers achieved, it seems that there were not as few as was said before its launch.

With regard to the Portuguese market, only the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra will be available, being also the most attractive model of the new smartphones of the Chinese giant.

Still without a specific date for its launch on Mi Store Portugal or on Amazon Spain, we only know that the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra will be available with a price of € 1,199 (possibly € 1,169 on Amazon).

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra specifications:

  • Screen:
    • AMOLED (Samsung E4)
    • 6.81 ″ inches
    • WQHD +
    • Always-on Display
    • 120Hz refresh rate
    • 480Hz touch response rate
    • Maximum brightness of 1550 nits
    • Protection Corning Gorilla Glass Victus
    • Secondary screen on the photographic module
  • Performance:
    • Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor
    • Up to 12GB of RAM
    • 256GB of internal memory
  • Cameras:
    • Rear:
      • 50MP (S5KGN2) + 48MP (ultra grande angular, Sony IMX586) + 48MP (periscópio, Sony IMX586)
    • Frontal:
  • Drums:
    • 5,000mAh
    • 67W fast charging
    • Wireless charging at 67W
  • Safety:
    • On-screen fingerprint reader
  • SO:

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via: GizmoChina


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