The Mi 11 Ultra uses the screen of the Mi Smart Band 5 for its secondary display on the back of the smartphone, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun said in an interview. The Mi 11 Ultra was unveiled in China last month and is set to hit the Indian market on April 23. The most interesting feature of the premium smartphone is the secondary, always-on display on the back, which shows the time and date and notifications, but also doubles as a viewfinder for the phone’s rear cameras.
ITHomes reports that Jun discussed the secondary display of Mi 11 Ultra during a live broadcast in China. The conversation revealed that the display of Mi Band 5 has been redesigned to fit in the assembly of the new flagship smartphone. The Mi 11 Ultra’s secondary display is located next to the rear cameras. Mi Smart Band 5 (Review) has a 1.1-inch AMOLED screen with 450 nits of peak brightness.
Resetting the display of the Mi Band 5 should help Xiaomi to reduce production and research costs for the Mi 11 Ultra.
In front of him Launch on April 23 in India, Mi 11 Ultra was inclined to have an initial price label from above Rs. 70,000. If true, this will be the most expensive Xiaomi phone released in the country since its arrival in July 2014. Xiaomi has it offered functions such as the Samsung GN2’s 50-megapixel main camera sensor, 2K AMOLED display, secondary rear display and Qualcomm SoC’s Snapdragon 888 on the Mi 11 Ultra to make it a captivating flagship.
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