The head of Xiaomi spoke about the shortage of the upcoming flagship Mi 11

Major releases of gadgets in recent months show that manufacturers are very poorly prepared. Straight

video cards are now in short supply on the market(NVIDIA RTX 30XX), the latest consoles (PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X) and even smartphones (iPhone 12 Pro). In this regard, rumors appeared that Xiaomi would also face similar problems during the release of the flagship Mi 11. The head of the company quickly reacted to the excitement and spoke about the shortage of the upcoming novelty.

Xiaomi CEO Wang Teng, answeringon a post from one Weibo user, said the company had produced enough Mi 11s to meet demand, Gizchina reports. Considering that the new product will be the only device on Snapdragon 888 for quite a long time, the Chinese brand can only be praised for its successes in logistics.

Recall that other rumors claim that XiaomiMi 11 will receive an OLED display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. In this case, there will be two versions of the device: the usual one will be equipped with a FullHD + display and support for fast charging at 55 W, and the Pro version will already be equipped with a QHD + display and support for 100 W charging. The lineup is expected to be announced before the end of 2020.