Pandemic was successfully able to take a toll on most of the industrial market worldwide but has failed to affect the smartphone market in any manner. The smartphone industry is one of the very few markets that have successfully sustained and grown in the Covid-19 era. Many flagship phones from OnePlus, Apple, and Samsung have left no opportunity to amuse us.
Xiaomi is also one such brand that recently launched its first flagship phone in January of 2020, which was launched to compete with the Oneplus 8 and iPhone 11 series. The Xiaomi 10 was launched at a price that was entirely on the premium side, yet its price remained the same.
Similar to the previous year, Xiaomi is releasing its successor Xiaomi Mi 11. This smartphone is also to be launched as a competition to Samsung S21 Series, which are yet to be launched. Although Xiaomi has started shipping the Mi 11 in mainland China from January 4, 2021, and has begun its shipping worldwide in the last few days of January.
The Mi 11 is powered by a Qualcomm SM8350 Snapdragon 888 chipset and LPPDR5 RAM, and UFS 3.1 storage with Adreno 660 GPU. The chipset is the latest of all Android devices launched so far, increasing the smartphone’s overall functionality. The 6.5-inch OLED display makes binge-watching and playing games on your smartphones even more fun. Large screens are always attractive for smartphone users as it increases the devices functionality. The refresh rate (although quite common in flagship smartphones) is also at 120 HZ with a peak brightness of 1500 nits to help you read every alphabet of your text even under the bright sun.
Now that we have been through the device’s technical features, let’s get through with its practicality. Mi 11 can be renowned as an all-rounder when it comes to being a multi-functional smartphone. The smartphone has a long battery life with extremely loud and clear dual speakers with a zippy processor. The battery is around 4600 mAh that supports fast-charging up to 55W, an eye teaser to Apple and Samsung.
The dependable cameras of the Mi 11 offer a 108MP wide-angle lens with a 13MP ultra-wide angle and a 5MP macro lens with a triple camera setup. The rear side of the phone comes with a punch-hole camera that features 20MP AI-assisted for better selfies. The auto stabilization mode and portrait video in 8K quality is the most attractive feature of these phones for people involved in the video industry.
The model is to be launched with two variants, such as Mi 11 and Mi 11 pro with the latest Android, i.e., Android 11, along with MIUI 12.5 OS. The phone comes in a variant of 8GB or 12 GB RAM with 128 GB and 256 GB storage. The phone, although, it follows the old trend of curved display but comes with corning Gorilla Glass protection. The back glass is also one of the most fascinating features of the smartphone but the phone lacks an IPX rating but nevertheless, it still has the best features in the market brought together in a smartphone.