Xiaomi has announced that it will give Mi 11 Ultra for the Indian Olympic Medalists, worth $943 each
The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is the most remarkable Xiaomi brand that has ever been produced in full classification and has a charging price comparable to the OnePlus 9 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. Now the Xiaomi has announced that it will give Mi 11 Ultra for the Indian Olympic Medalists, worth $943 each.
Good news for the Tokyo Olympics 2020 winners for the great matches you have performed and congratulations for receiving the medals and Xiaomi’s flagship device. What if you want to grab that phone for free? You have to be the winner of the India medal at the Tokyo Olympics. Yes, Manu Kumar Jain from Xiaomi, India has already publicized that its 2020 Olympic medalist will get a gift of amazing Smartphone. So far, India has won 7 medals in the Tokyo Olympics including one Gold. Xiaomi announcement for Olympics winner and the list is given below.
Tokyo Olympics Winner List
|Wrestling (57 KG)
|Ravi Kumar Dahiya
|Weight Lifting (49 Kg Women)
|Women’s Singles Badminton
|Women’s Welterweight Boxing
|Hockey Indian Hockey Team
|Wrestling (65 Kg)
Mr. Jain, however, noticed that Xiaomi would give MI11X to a group of Men’s hockey players. The Mi 11X is been rebranded as Redmi K40 / Poco F3 with specifications like Spapdragon 870, 120Hz FHD + OLED display. And also offers 48MP + 8MP + 5MP rear camera system and a 4520mAh battery with 33W charging.
Currently, the Mi 11 Ultra uses Snapdragon 888 chipset, 120Hz QHD + OLED panel, small screen for selfies (1.1-inch AMOLED display) with 50MP + 48MP + 48MP rear camera. The small screen at back can be used to check the date, time and other informations. It can also be used as a viewfinder for the rear camera, so you can click selfies. It has 67W cable with 5000mAh battery which has free wireless enhancement. This is also Xiaomi’s first phone with an IP68 rating i.e. waterproof.
Those who want to buy the Mi 11 Ultra will save 70,000 rupees ($ 943), so that they can afford it. Mi 11X currently sells for 30,000 rupees ($404). The win-win part is that to get a higher version you have to become an individual medalist than a team medalist. Both the Government of India and various state governments have announced awards for athletes who have been successful at the Tokyo Olympics. This was the Xiaomi’s announcement for Olympics winner 2020.
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