The network has detailed information about two new Xiaomi smartphones of the CC-CC 11 and CC 11 Pro line. But under such designations, the devices will be released in China, and here they will be called Mi Note 11 and Mi Note 11 Pro. At least that was the case with their predecessors.
Mi CC 11 is expected to be unveiled alongside MIUI 13, Mi Mix 4 and Mi Pad 5 during Xiaomi’s big August announcement. The Mi CC 11 will continue to be an inexpensive camera phone like its predecessors. At the same time, the younger model is assigned an OLED screen with a frame rate of 90 Hz, SoC Snapdragon 780G (or Snapdragon 778G) and a multi-module camera with a main sensor with a resolution of at least 64 MP and a telephoto lens.
Mi CC 11 Pro will be better. Firstly, the Snapdragon 870 SoC will act as the hardware base, and secondly, the main camera will use a fairly large 1/1.3-inch optical sensor. Also promised is a telephoto lens with 5x optical zoom (hybrid zoom will be 100x or even more).
If the Mi CC 11 debuts in August in China, then they will go on sale in early September (the announcement is expected at the end of August), and their clones for the global market as part of the Mi Note 11 series will probably appear in October.