Today we are going to take a look at yet anothervery boring phone, the Mi11. Yes, the reason I’m say it’s boring isbecause there is definitely not something fancy that you are going to see, like thatrollable phone, the OPPO X 2021, you rub it and it expands, just like my Dixx. But anyway, let’s just unbox and check outwhat Xiaomi has to offer.
Without further ado, let’s get started. One of the biggest changes in the packagingis like the iPhone 12, the Mi 11 does not include a power adapter in the box for thesake of “environmental protection”. But hey Apple, you listen to me and you listengood, Xiaomi is offering a bundle that includes its 55W charger at no extra cost and leavesthe choice up to its users whether they want it or not.
Not like you snaky Apple, by offering a newcharging cable without a new charger, your users have to pay for that new charger outof its own pocket! And you say it’s for the safety of environment! I would say it’s more for the safety ofyour own wallet! Sorry guys, I’m just angry, but I’m notan Apple fan, so it’s none of my business anyway. The phone is quite light, which weighs 195grams,even with the case that Xiaomi offers to us, it only weighs 218 grams.
I guess it’s fair for a 5G phone. Enough about the boring unboxing part, nowwe are getting into the Mi 11’s super AMOLED display, which is one of the biggest upgradesfrom its predecessors. Xiaomi has gone with a new 6.81-inch AMOLEDpanel that features a 3,200 x 1,440 resolution, 120Hz refresh rate and a peak brightness of1,500 nits.
For context, the outgoing Mi 10T Pro 5G comeswith a Full HD panel that maxes out at 90Hz. Just to give you an idea of how vivid andsmooth the Mi 11’s screen is, check out its video viewing and game testing, needlessto say, they are the best so far I’ve ever seen. Now about the camera. The Mi 11 comes with a 108-megapixel maincamera that’s attached to an f/1.85 aperture lens, a 13-megapixel ultra-wide camera with123-degree field of view and a 5-megapixel camera for macro and telephoto shots.
Nothing too exciting on the hardware frontthere, but the Mi 11 supports 8K video capture and has a new nighttime video mode for capturingbrighter low-light footage. Of course, one big breakthrough for the Mi11 is the audio quality. The Mi 11 offers users, if not the best, atleast one of the best high-quality sounds, since the specialists of Harman / Kardon tookpart in the creation of the sound system.
I would like to play some songs for you butturns out they have copyright issues so I suggest you go and check out them from Chinavideo platforms, links are all below in the description. For others, the Mi 11 includes about all thefeatures you would expect from a high-end phone in 2020, or even 2021, like Qualcomm’slatest flagship mobile processor, the Snapdragon 888, the most powerful chipset so far; thegigantic 4600mAh battery, enough to power you through one day; A 50w wireless chargingand 10w reverse charging, how amazing is that! And in another notable difference, the Mi11 will also feature an under-display fingerprint sensor.
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