Xiaomi Mi 11 with Snapdragon 888 SoC, 108MP digicam, quick charging goes world

Xiaomi has announced the global launch of its Mi 11. The price of the global variant begins 749 EUR for the 8GB + 128GB variant. On the other hand, the 8GB + 256GB model has a price of EUR 799. It is available in the color options Cloud White, Horizon Blue and Midnight Gray. Xiaomi has also announced the Mi 11 Special Edition, which will be available in “extremely limited quantities” in the coming future.

120 Hz AMOLED display, 108 megapixel primary camera, fast wireless charging and more!

The Mi 11 has a 6.81-inch QHD + AMOLED display with a pixel density of 515 ppi. It supports a 120Hz refresh rate, while the touch response rate increases 480Hz. The device is the first smartphone that is presented with the latest version Snapdragon 888 SoC Onboard, which is paired with the Adreno 660 GPU. It comes with up to 8 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB UFS 3.1 storage.

The optics of the Xiaomi Mi 11 have a triple rear camera: 108MP primary 1 / 1.33-inch sensor with an aperture of f / 1.85 and OIS + a 13MP wide angle lens with an aperture of f / 2.4 and a field of view of 123 degrees + a 5MP macro sensor with an aperture from 1: 2.4. It is capable of recording 8K videos in HDR 10+. There is a on the front 20MP selfie shooter with an aperture of f / 2.4.

Xiaomi Mi 11

The Mi 11 packs a 4,600mAh battery that supports 55W wired fast charging, 50W wireless fast charging and 10W reverse wireless charging. The device is also equipped with an IR blaster and stereo speakers tuned by Harman Kardon. It runs MIUI 12.5 based on Android 11. The package contains a 55 W GaN charger.

The Mi 11 Pro is scheduled to be launched in China in mid-February 2021. In addition to the Mi 11, the company today also presented the MIUI 12.5 for the world market. The user interface offers a number of improvements over the existing MIUI version. It also has features like support for photos, floating windows, and MIUI + to allow syncing between a Xiaomi phone and a Windows desktop. It is said to reduce the CPU usage of system apps by 22 percent and their power consumption by 15 percent.

Prakhar Khanna

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