Xiaomi is speculated to announce the Xiaomi Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro flagship smartphones in the coming month. Two batteries for upcoming Xiaomi phones have received 3C certification in China. It is speculated that these batteries may belong to the Xiaomi Mi 11 duo.
As it can be seen in the screengrab shared by tipster Digital Chat Station, the 3C platform has approved 2,845mAh and 2,390mAh batteries. The tipster has claimed that these could be dual-cell batteries, which suggests that they arrive with support for superfast charging.
The tipster claimed that the total rated value of one battery is 4,780mAh and the size of the other battery could be 4,970mAh. The standard value of both batteries could be around 5,000mah. He has speculated that these batteries may carry support for 55W fast charging. It may take around 35 minutes for the fast charging technology to completely charge a battery of around 5,000mAh capacity.
Recent reports have revealed that the Xiaomi Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro will be the first flagship phones from the company to arrive with support for quad HD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. Both phones are likely to arrive with punch-hole displays with curved edges.
The Snapdragon 888 mobile platform will be powering both smartphones. Both smartphones are expected to come preinstalled with MIUI 12 based Android 11 OS. The rear shell of the upcoming Xiaomi phones could be fitted with a square-shaped camera module with three lenses and an LED flash inside. It is likely that the Mi 11 series may go official by the end of this month and hit the market in early 2021.