The release of the new flagships Xiaomi Mi 11 is coming soon, and an insider from Digital Chat Station has shared details about the capabilities of the cameras.
It looks like Xiaomi continues the race for megapixels, and there will be even more of them in the new models. Previously, Xiaomi Mi 11 was credited with a 108-megapixel main sensor, and now an insider is reporting an update to the wide-angle camera. If the Mi 10 had “only” 13 megapixels, then the next generation will receive a 48-megapixel “width” with pixels of 0.8 microns.
As a result, the total resolution of only two sensors will exceed 150 megapixels, and if we take into account the front-facing camera (rumored to be 32 megapixels) and additional sensors, then it will turn out to be about 200 megapixels!
In addition, an insider announced improvements in optical image stabilization.
Unfortunately, he did not specify a specific model with such a camera. This is most likely the Mi 11 Pro and not the regular Mi 11.
The new flagship family is expected to be unveiled in January or February.