Mi CC11 has just had some more information confirmed, after having its data updated on a certification page at TENAA — a Chinese regulatory agency, with a role equivalent to our Anatel. The device had already been spotted before, but now it is possible to know a little of its features.
According to the listing, the Mi CC11 will have support for 4G and 5G networks, as well as a GPS connection. Unfortunately, the Chinese approval agency does not reveal more precise details, not even the photos of the device, as usually happens in other certifications. In any case, it is possible that, over the next few days, more details will be added to the page.
However, even though the documentation at TENAA still doesn’t reveal very precise information, some rumors already point to the main specs that we can expect for the cell phone. According to them, Xiaomi’s new mid-range should come with a 6.4-inch OLED panel with a 90 Hz refresh rate.
As far as cameras are concerned, we can expect a triple set at the rear, with a 64MP main sensor, aided by an ultrawide lens and a telephoto. Unfortunately, there is no information about the device’s frontal composition. Finally, the Mi CC11 must be equipped with the Snapdragon 778G or 780G platform, but details about memory and storage are not accurate yet.
With this supposed release, the Mi CC series will be revived after almost two years with no new entries. The last models seen were the Mi CC9 cell phones and, now, the launch of the Mi CC11 Pro is also expected, alongside the “common” variant of the family.