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Xiaomi's Mi 11 releases internationally this month starting at €749

Front and rear view of the Xiaomi Mi 11 in black and blue editions

Xiaomi has announced that its latest flagship phone, the Mi 11, is coming to international markets on . The phone was first announced in China right at the end of 2020, and it features all the high-end specs you could ask for.

As you'd expect from a 2021 flagship, the Xiaomi Mi 11 packs a Snapdragon 888 chipset, and you can get it with up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage. The battery comes in at 4,600mAh and it can charge quickly with 55W wired charging - and a 55W charger is included in the box - 50W wireless charging, and 10W reverse wireless charging.

Front and rear view of the blue Xiaomi Mi 11 laid on its side

It has a 6.81-inch AMOLED display with both Quad HD+ resolution (3200x1440) and a 120Hz refresh rate, in addition to a 480Hz touch sampling rate. Xiaomi also touts high color accuracy and up to 1500 nits of peak brightness. You also get stereo sound powered by Harman/Kardon.

The camera setup features three cameras on the back, with the primary one being a 108MP sensor with support for pixel binning, combining four pixels into one. That's complemented by a 13MP ultra-wide-angle camera and a 5MP telephoto camera that also works as a macro camera. The selfie camera is 20MP.


The Xiaomi Mi 11 will be available in Midnight Grey or Horizon Blue this month, starting at €749 for the model with 128GB of internal storage, while the 256GB model will go for €799. It will be available through Xiaomi directly as well as through local retailers and carriers around Europe. Xiaomi also announced a special limited edition of the phone, pictured above, that will be available "soon" for an undisclosed price.

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