Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra will go global, the company announced at the phone’s launch last week. And it’s happening tomorrow when pre-orders will open in Malaysia. It will cost MYR4,299 ($1,040) and will have 12GB RAM and 256GB of storage.
Early birds can get a free t-shirt and a keychain with their purchase. You will be able to reserve the phone at authorized Mi stores around Malaysia, as well as major online retailers Lazada and Shopee.
Meanwhile in China, the company has posted the official teardown video of the Mi 11 Ultra. We already know what’s inside, thanks to a previous video, but this one is more official-looking. It showcases the 5,000 mAh battery with 67W fast charging, the NFC coil on top, as well as the three great cameras from up close.
The vapor chamber for cooling the internals is easily reachable behind the top half of the AMOLED screen, while the fingerprint scanner is sitting lonely at the bottom part.
The phone also has some industry firsts on the inside that are not mentioned in the video like the massive 50MP GN2 sensor and the silicon-oxygen anode of the battery that allows for fast charging while keeping a thin body.