Rumors of an upcoming Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite have been abundant as of late. The phone has even already visited a few notable certification authorities, which is how we know that it should go by the M2101K9AG model number. Just recently, a very-similar M2101K9C Xiaomi handset was listed on TENAA, which is most-likely the Mi 11 Lite, as well.
Unfortunately, as of writing this, the TENAA certification lacks its usual set of device photos. It does still offer-up some info, like a 6.55-inch display diagonal on what previous rumors claim will be a 90Hz or 120Hz, FullHD+ AMOLED panel. The 4,150 mAh rated battery capacity mostly reaffirms earlier leaks of a 4,250 mAh pack, which might very well be its marketed capacity. It should be capable of charging at 33W.
Some of the more-interesting info from the TENAA page is definitely the Mi 11 Lite’s dimensions – 160.53 x 75.72 x 6.81mm. Even without photos to visualize these proportions, we are looking at a quite thin device, relative to today’s average.
We also expect the Mi 11 Lite to feature a yet-unannounced Snapdragon 775G chipset (the successor to the 765G), a triple camera setup, with a 64MP snapper at the helm, alongside an 8MP ultrawide and 5MP macro and Android 11, with MIUI 11 on top.
We even potentially have some idea of pricing, thanks to a listing blunder, that suggests a 6GB/128GB Mi 11 Lite 5G will retail at just over €400 in Europe.