Xiaomi is reportedly working on a flagship smartphone set for a late 2021 release that will blow the Mi Mix Fold and Mi 11 Ultra out of the park. According to the leaks provided by Digital Chat Station, the next Xiaomi flagship smartphone has been assigned the model number "M2106118C" and is expected to pack impressive features like an Under-Display Camera and cutting-edge Ultra-Wideband technology (UWB).
With the rumoured addition of the Ultra-Wideband technology to the flagship smartphone, Xiaomi could be looking into releasing its own UWB tag like the Samsung SmartTag and the Apple AirTag.
The flagship smartphone is expected to feature the latest Snapdragon chipset as its processor, and also debut the Under-Display Camera feature - a feature that was missing in the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra and Mi Mix Fold smartphones. The rumored flagship device is tipped to pack an impressive array of rear cameras similar to the flagship smartphones preceding it.
Another feature that was leaked in regards to the flagship smartphone is a 120W wired fast charging and a 70W wireless fast charging support which is an upgrade on the 120W wired and 50W wireless fast charging support the Mi 10 Ultra came with.
With previous leaks that came out recently reporting that Xiaomi is working on a major update to the fast charging profile of their flagship smartphones, it seems this rumoured flagship won't be the device to introduce the 200W wired and 120W wireless fast charging support.
This could mean that the rumoured flagship smartphone might not be the successor to the Mi 11 Ultra, but rather the successor to the Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro devices.
There's no official statement from Xiaomi yet regarding the leaks and the rumoured flagship device, but should any new development surface, we'd make sure to update you.