Xiaomi Mi 11 (256GB):1Y

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Product Type Smartphone
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Model 11
SIM Type Nano
Powered by Octa-Core 2.84 GHz Snapdragon 888 5G (5 nm)
    Detail Android 11, MIUI 12.5
Connectivity WiFi, Bluetooth, Infrared, NFC
Connectors 3.5 mm Headphone Jack, Type-C
Screen. Size (inch) 6.81
Screen Type AMOLED
Screen Resolution 1440 x 3200
Screen Detail Corning Gorilla Glass Victus
Quad-Curve Dot Display
Internal Storage 256 GB
Main Camera Triple
Main Camera Lens 108 MP, 13 MP, 5 MP
Camera Features Dual LED Flash, HDR, Panorama
Selfie Camera 20 MP
Sensors Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope, Fingerprint, Proximity sensor
Audio 24-bit/192kHz audio
Video 1080p@30/60fps, 720p@120fps
Battery Type Non Removable, Li-Po
Battery (mAh) 4600
Other Detail 55W Fast Charging
Port Adreno 660 GPU
Smoother Graphics & Amazing Gameplay Powerful Flagship
Tele Macro Camera Powerful
Smooth UI Experience with 120 Hz Refresh Rate Fast Response with 480 Hz Touch Sampling
Display Fingerprint Sensor + Face Recognition Trendy
Dimensions 16.43 x 7.46 x 0.81 cm
Weight 196 g
Manufacturer Link Additional Information
Warranty 1 Year Local
Color Detail Midnight Gray, Horizon Blue

With a Punch Hole on the Xiaomi Smartphone

The glass and aluminium shell of the Mi 11 impresses with its excellent build quality. The physical buttons are easily distinguishable from one another haptically; they are well-placed and have a well-defined pressure point. Despite the Mi 11's relatively large battery capacity of 4,600 mAh, it is only 8 mm thick. There is also a "Smokey Purple" colour variant and a brown leather edition, as well as a "Signature Edition" with Xiaomi co-founder Lei Jun's signature. In Germany, customers of the Mi 11 will be limited to the "Midnight Gray" and "Horizon Blue" models for the time being, although the "Signature Edition" is expected to arrive soon.

Heart Rate is Measured via the Mi 11's Connectivity

The Mi 11 offers an always-on notification mode, as is common of OLEDs, and the fingerprint reader beneath the AMOLED panel may also be utilised as a heart rate monitor. An OTG adapter can be used to connect peripheral devices to the USB port. The USB Type-C port, on the other hand, only supports the 2.0 standard. Our review sample's internal UFS 3.1 storage has a capacity of 128 GB, but the user only gets 105 GB available out of the box. A microSD card cannot be used to expand the storage of the dual-SIM smartphone. Miracast is also supported for wireless display content delivery to an external monitor.

Xiaomi Smartphone With MIUI 12 Software

The operating system is Google's Android 11, and the security fixes are up to date as of January 2021. On top of that, the manufacturer's MIUI 12.0.12 in-house user interface runs. With its separate notification centre, app switcher, and control centre design, MIUI 12's user experience is more evocative of Apple's iOS than of the underlying Android operating system, but it offers a lot of customization possibilities and a well-optimized system interface.

Mi 11 With Volte - Phone And Call Quality

The Xiaomi phone's call quality is excellent, and thanks to the Mi 11's two microphones, its Skype communication abilities are also impressive. During our calls with the Mi 11, we didn't have any unpleasant dropouts or reception issues. Voices are duplicated clearly, and the person with whom we spoke described ours as well.

Xiaomi's Smartphone Has A Triple-Camera Setup

The Mi 11 has a 108 MP main camera with optical image stabilisation and a 13 MP ultra wide-angle lens with an f/2.4 aperture, as well as a 5 MP portrait camera that primarily functions as a macro camera and for portrait pictures. In the absence of a dedicated lens with a long equivalent focal length, the Mi 11 forces you to make tradeoffs in terms of zooming abilities. As a result, distant scenes are caught blurry and with limited detail - the Mi 11 generation's Pro and Ultra models still have room in this regard.

Xiaomi Mi 11 with 480 Hz Touch-Sampling Rate Input Devices and Handling

Biometric authentication, such as fingerprint or facial recognition, can be used to unlock the screen. The optical fingerprint scanner beneath the OLED panel works well, though it sometimes take a long time to recognise the finger. However, the sensor's identification rate is excellent. Face unlocking is also reliable, however due to the use of the front-facing camera, this method is risky.

Xiaomi Phone With Snapdragon 888 Performance

Qualcomm's latest high-end chipset, which is used in the Mi 11, is based on the new Kryo 680 CPU unit. It includes a fast "Prime Core" with a clock speed of up to 2.84 GHz based on the Arm Cortex-X1 architecture, three fast Cortex-A78-based performance cores (2.42 GHz), and four Arm Cortex-A55 cores with a maximum clock speed of 1.8 GHz. This is expected to boost the Snapdragon 888's performance by 15% over the previous generation. The chipset also has a Qualcomm Adreno 660 graphics engine, a Hexagon 780 processing unit, and the Qualcomm Sensing Hub for AI applications, in addition to the CPU.

Xiaomi Phone With Adreno 660

With a few challenging games from the Play Store, the Mi 11's 3D performance is put to the test. We keep track of frame rates during gaming sessions using the GameBench software. Graphics-intensive games are produced at a steady 60 frames per second at the finest image quality; Xiaomi appears to limit the Mi 11 in this regard. PUBG Mobile can also be played in Ultra HD at a high frame rate of 40 FPS. Even at the maximum graphics settings, frame-rate reductions are not noticeable in the shooter game.

Emissions - Throttling Affects Mi 11

Under constant strain, the Mi 11's rear-facing glass shell heats up substantially. To check the internal heat growth, we normally use the GFXBench app's battery test. Both the battery condition and frame rates are tracked while the scenarios are repeated 30 times in a succession. However, we are unable to examine the temperature behaviour of the Qualcomm SoC because the test is ended due to overheating protection after a relatively short period of time. However, depending on the results of the individual tests, substantial frame-rate fluctuations can be recognised. In the T-Rex test, the Mi 11 throttles up to 50% while under CPU-intensive demand.

Xiaomi Mi 11 with 50-Watt Wireless Charging Battery Life

The Mi 11's 4,600 mAh battery charges at 55 watts over USB-C PD and up to 50 watts wirelessly. With the reverse wireless charging function, Qi-enabled devices can be charged wirelessly at 10 watts. When the battery is entirely empty, the Mi 11 may be fully recharged in around 40 minutes using the 55-watt power adapter's rapid charging technology. The power usage isn't particularly efficient. Peak consumption maxima of nearly 12 watts under load are quite high.

In Comparison To The Competition, The Xiaomi Mi 11 Is Still Very Attractive

The new Mi series smartphone is a fantastic device, but expectations for Xiaomi's flagship have risen as a result of the company's price strategy, which has been tweaked since last year. Despite the Mi 11's high heat development in some benchmark applications, which (presumably) shouldn't have a big impact in everyday use, there are a few places where it may be better. The Xiaomi phone's WLAN modem is unreliable and uses a lot of power, resulting in subpar runtimes, and the camera quality also leaves room for software updates.

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