Xiaomi Mi 11 Extremely’s 2d display is reportedly from the Mi Band 5

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  • The Xiaomi Mi 11 Extremely’s 2d display is reportedly borrowed from the Mi Band 5.
  • Xiaomi’s co-founder Lei Jun it seems that printed the scoop in a are living movement.
  • The 1.1-inch AMOLED acts as a selfie replicate and notification ticker.

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The (*6*)Xiaomi Mi 11 Extremely is one of the extra spectacular telephones of the yr so far, no less than on paper. There’s no unmarried headlining characteristic, because the Extremely covers the entire fundamentals smartly. However that 2d display on the rear is no doubt the eye-catcher.

If that rear show appeared a bit of very similar to any other Xiaomi product, that’s as a result of it’s. Xiaomi co-founder Lei Jun (by means of ITHome) reportedly printed in a Douyin are living movement that the Mi 11 Extremely’s 2d display is taken from the ~$30 (*5*)Mi Band 5.

Xiaomi lately debuted the Mi Band 6, however the 5th iteration of the wearable used to be an excellent all-rounder. It packs a 1.1-inch 294 x 126 AMOLED show which comfortably suits into the Mi 11 Extremely’s digicam bump.

It’s a good move on Xiaomi’s phase, too. As a substitute of growing a 2d display particularly for the Mi 11 Extremely, using the Mi Band 5’s show stay the invoice of fabrics low and makes use of extra stock. The second one display needn’t be extraordinarily crisp, because it acts principally as an data ticker and virtual selfie replicate at the Extremely. The usage of a smaller, low-power show as a 2d display additionally is helping the Extremely preserve its 5,000mAh battery.

Whilst different corporations would possibly not apply swimsuit, the Mi 11 Extremely is an evidence of thought for 2d monitors. In idea, Samsung may just upload the Tools Are compatible 2’s show to a coming near near fashion. Huawei may just additionally do one thing an identical.

The usage of the Mi Band 5’s show at the Extremely gained’t save the telephone from a value surprise, despite the fact that. It begins at 5,999 yuan (~$916) in China, and the one variant in Europe will also be had for €1,199 (~$1,415). It’ll most likely be the priciest ever Xiaomi telephone to release in India.