A top Xiaomi executive announced on Friday that the Mi 11 Ultra smartphone would feature a Silicon-Oxygen Anode battery. This battery technology, according to Daniel D, company’s Senior Product Marketing Manager and Global Spokesperson, would allow for faster charging while retaining a smaller size than conventional smartphone batteries.
In other reports, Xiaomi has hinted at the launch of a new chip, which could be used in the new Mi Mix smartphone. On March 29, the Mi Mix smartphone will be launched alongside the Mi 11 Ultra and Mi 11 Pro.
In a tweet, Daniel highlights the Silicon-Oxygen Anode’s “core advantages,” comparing it to the batteries used in electric vehicles. According to the executive, these batteries replace graphite on the negative electrode with nano-scale silicon materials, potentially improving power and charging speed. A 5,000mAh battery is expected to be included in the Mi 11 Ultra. 67W wired charging, 67W wireless charging, and 10W reverse charging are all planned to be supported.
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Meanwhile, Xiaomi has announced the launch of a new chip on Weibo, without providing any information on how it will be used. According to GSMArena, it may be a reference to the company’s Surge S1 SoC, which was first revealed in 2017. Xiaomi officially shelved its plans to release the SoC later. It’s likely that the company will release the Surge S2 SoC this time.
Xiaomi also stated via a Weibo post that the Mi Mix smartphone, as well as the Mi 11 Ultra and Mi 11 Pro, will be released in China. This Mi Mix unit is said to come with a new liquid lens technology, which Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun explained in a Weibo article.
This smartphone, with the model number M2011J18C, has reportedly been spotted on TENAA and could be available in 12GB + 512GB and 16GB + 512GB storage configurations. According to MyFixGuide, the rumoured chip could be an ISP (Image Signal Processor) and could make its debut in the Mi Mix smartphone.
Xiaomi is a privately held corporation that creates, manufactures, and sells smartphones, Android-based operating systems, and other consumer electronics. Xiaomi makes fitness trackers, TVs, air purifiers, and smartphones, among other things. MIUI is the skin it uses on its Android phones and tablets. In India, the company primarily sells its phones through flash sales.
The Mi 11 Pro is Xiaomi’s newest smartphone. The smartphone was released on March 29, 2021. (expected). The handset has a 6.81-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1440 pixels by 3200 pixels and a resolution of 1440 pixels by 3200 pixels.