Xiaomi CEO confirmed that the Mi 11 Ultra's secondary display is the same one as the Mi Band 5


Last night, Xiaomi Malaysia finally unveiled the Mi 11 Ultra and it's sure one big boy thanks to the secondary display beside the triple rear camera. But did you know that the secondary display is exactly the same one as the Mi Band 5?

During a live broadcast with Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun (the same one where he talked about the Xiaomi car here), the secondary display measures 1.1-inch which the Mi Band 5 uses too. As you might have guessed, it's used to display a wide variety of messages, customizable time, weather, motion map, theme, reminders, health, music, battery monitor and many more. It can even be used as a mirror to take selfies.


Owners of the Mi 11 Ultra can also adjust the brightness to their preference. With a maximum brightness of 450 nits, users can still read the words on the secondary display under the bright sunlight. While it's not confirmed, Xiaomi might have just used the unsold Mi Band 5 units and transferred the display on the Mi 11 Ultra's back.

As a reminder, the Mi 11 Ultra officially costs RM4299 and features a Snapdragon 888 chipset, 12GB of RAM and 256GB internal storage. The pre-order begins on 8 April 2021 which comes bundled with a Mi Fan Festival Special Edition Key Chain and T-shirt. You can read more information from our news coverage right over here. Stay tuned for more trending tech news at TechNave.com.

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