Xiaomi, the Chinese brand, also is one of the Android giants, finally came forward to talk about postponing the date of sale of Mi 11 Ultra which was supposed to launch on 23 April 2021. The company fails to deliver Mi 11 Ultra citing the reason ‘circumstances beyond control’. Some believe that it is related to the pandemic and the production and supply are not on track. Whereas the chances of it being political or economical is another guess. Whatever it is, the Mi 11 Ultra sale delayed is now a talk of the show.
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Nonetheless, the Mi India Team broke its silence with a letter posted on Twitter. Let’s see what the company has to say.
Mi11 Ultra Sale Delayed
This Wednesday, the company (Mi India Team) from its official account tweeted,
“However, due to circumstances beyond our control, we regret to inform you that there will be a delay in the shipment of Mi 11 Ultra.”
With such a statement, the company excused itself to cite any specific reason.
Mi India Team also mentioned that their team is working hard to bring the most premium flagship smartphone in the market as soon as possible.
The phone that was supposed to launch on 23 April 2021 by Mi India Team; also stated that they will start delivering the order right after that. Unfortunately, it failed to fulfill the expectation of its customers who willingly waited for the premium purchase. Besides that, the company didn’t come forward for a long time which might hurt its market strategy and the booking as well.
Availability and Specifications
Mi 11 Ultra gained popularity in the market for its dashing look and amazing features. The smartphone costs around 69,999 INR; and is supposed to be available for purchase on e-commerce websites such as Amazon or its official website.
The premium smartphone, Mi 11 Ultra runs on the latest version Android 11 based on MIUI 12.5. Another interesting feature is that it comes with Snapdragon 888 chipset. The storage capacity includes 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB of ROM. To beat the heat it features a solid-liquid-gas phase cooling system onboard.
At the same time, its external body is also rich in looks. It incorporates an HD 6.81-inch long display and an AMOLED screen. But what hypnotizes you is its Viewfinder display with which server activities can be controlled from the back of the screen.
With many other fascinating features, Mi11 Ultra almost captured the market at that time. But an unspecified delay and a month-long silence surely disappointed its customer. Even now when the Mi 11 Ultra sale delayed; no word about its launching date is made yet except an apology letter posted on Twitter.