Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra News: There is news from the Chinese technology giant Xiaomi. The company has decided to postpone the sales of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. The launch of the device has been delayed.
The smartphone market continues to evolve. New news came from the Chinese giant Xiaomi front. The company, which is currently bringing updates to its smartphones, has delayed its India launch. As you know, today phones first come to the Indian market. After India, launches are also made in other countries. The Chinese giant continues to launch many of its products by following this path. With the information coming today, it was stated that the Indian launch of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra model was postponed to an unknown date.
New developments continue to occur in the world of technology. Today, a new phone series has been delayed. The company, which faced some problems, did not specify when the new flagship will be released, but reiterated that the launch date was delayed.
Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra Postponed in India
The launch of the phone model, which was priced at $ 960 with 12GB RAM + 256GB storage option, was delayed. The details we obtained with the statement made on the official Twitter account stated that the company postponed the launch date of the phone further due to the corona virus. As you know, India has been going through hard times with increasing cases for weeks. In fact, many technology giants such as Samsung decided to postpone the Indian launches of their new smartphones last month. The highly anticipated smartphone model by Indian users has been postponed to an unknown date due to the corona virus. The phone, which has a 120Hz screen refresh rate, will host a 6.81-inch WQHD + E3 AMOLED display. The device will also feature Qualcomm Snaldragon 888 SoC. The phone, which will support 67W fast charging, will also have a 5,000mAh battery.
We know that you've been waiting eagerly to know more about the sale date of Mi 11 Ultra, but before we could respond to all your queries we wanted to be certain about a few things at our end.
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