The TENAA documentation shows that Xiaomi is apparently working on developing a phone with an old 4K curved-edge display that uses the same design as the newly introduced Xiaomi CIVI mobile phone. Other details of this device have been released before, but now more information has been shared.
4K phones were first introduced to the world by Sony with the Z5 Premium, however, they are more or less monopolized by Sony. As you know, the number of dense pixels in 4K monitors is hardly significant compared to QHD resolution, and these monitors are very energy efficient. They consume. Therefore, a 4K display with a standard refresh rate of 120 Hz is a big problem for the phone’s battery.
However, it can be said that the future Xiaomi phone will have a 6.55-inch Old 4K display with a resolution of 3840 x 2160. Also, its curvature is slightly noticeable in the presented image. Also, at the top of the screen of the device, there is no trace of the aperture for the selfie camera, which can not be confirmed due to the low image quality.
According to some sources, this phone will be Xiaomi CC11 Pro, some of its specifications have been revealed recently. Another feature of the Chinese tech giant mentioned in the TENAA documents is “iris detection” technology. Samsung first introduced this technology in the Galaxy S8, but it was never noticed.
Other well-known features of the device include a 4500 mAh battery with support for up to 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of internal memory. Although the processor model is not mentioned in these documents, we notice that its frequency is 2.4 GHz. The phone measures 158.34 by 71.5 by 6.98 mm and weighs 166 grams, which is something almost like the Xiaomi CIVI.
Although TENAA is a reliable source, these specifications seem a bit far-fetched. However, it is better to wait for more official news from Xiaomi.