Xiaomi’s Mi 11 Ultra will no longer be sold online and it appears that the offline sale will only continue till the stocks last. Mi 11 Ultra has not had a good run in the market, and always faced supply issues.
The Mi 11 Ultra, Xiaomi’s most expensive, and arguably most interesting phone was commercially launched in India back in April 2021. However, due to some problems that the company referred to as “circumstances beyond control,” the phone didn’t go on sale until months later in July 2021. This too sadly didn’t last long and the phone was soon out of stock again for a lot of buyers.
Now Xiaomi has reportedly stopped importing the phone in India, making it unavailable permanently. The phone is made in China in a specialised factory and is not made in India like other devices from the company.
The Mi 11 Ultra features a large 6.81-inch QHD+ AMOLED screen along with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 and up to 12GB RAM and 512GB UFS 3.1 storage. It also features stereo speakers, a 5,000mAh battery, and 67W fast wired and wireless charging.
The device came with a triple rear camera setup that included a 50MP main camera along with a 48MP periscope telephoto camera and a 48MP ultrawide camera. There is also a 20MP front camera for video calls and selfies.
On the bright side, those looking for a powerful Xiaomi flagship should see the company launching a successor to the Mi 11 Ultra in 2022. The new successor will be a part of the ‘Xiaomi’ series since the ‘Mi series’ has now been renamed. It could perhaps be named the Xiaomi 12 Ultra when it launches.