On March 29th, Xiaomi held two spring new product launch conferences in succession, and officially launched a variety of products such as the much-watched Xiaomi 11 Ultra. Among them, the Xiaomi 11 Ultra first released the industry's 1/1.12 inch largest bottom sensor GN2 jointly developed with Samsung. And for the first time, the "Three Main Cameras" professional imaging system was adopted, which was called "Android Light" by Lei Jun. Now there is the latest news. Recently, foreign media revealed that the machine will be on sale in Europe on May 11, priced at 1199 Euros, which is approximately RMB 9,327. In terms of configuration, Xiaomi 11Ultra is equipped with the flagship Snapdragon 888 platform, supplemented by a new "solid-liquid-gas three-state three-dimensional cooling system." It is reported that Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra will be launched in Europe on May 11th, and will first come to the Netherlands, but the time for other countries is undetermined, but its release time will be very close. As for the price, the machine only offers a 12GB+256GB version in Europe, priced at 1199 Euros, or about 9327 yuan (USD $1332) , which is nearly 3,000 yuan (USD $429) more expensive than the 6499 yuan (USD $928) for the Chinese Mainland License version.