is in our hands Mi 11 Ultra, the most advanced phone from Xiaomi and that came to fight with the best alternatives from Samsung and Apple. Its design is more bold and brings a huge block of cameras along with right to a smaller secondary screen inherited from the Mi Band 5. What is good and bad in this? let’s find out.
The Mi 11 Ultra features a premium finish with a metal body and ceramic back, and is IP68 certified for water and dust protection. There is Gorilla Glass Victus to protect the screen from scratches and possible breakage. Xiaomi’s top doesn’t have a P2 input, but comes with an adapter in the box, which is a rarity these days.
The AMOLED screen has a 120 Hz panel, strong brightness and well-calibrated colors. It comes in 60Hz mode by default to help the drum run higher, but it’s worth switching to Auto mode which goes from 30 to 120Hz for better fluidity. Stereo sound with Harman Kardon brand speakers that deliver good power and sound quality.
The cell phone is equipped with the Snapdragon 888 platform combined with a lot of RAM memory. We didn’t notice any jump in our speed test compared to wed 11 or even Mi 10 Ultra, but MIUI 12.5 in other devices has already shown that it lacks customization. At least they ran all the games with maximum quality with the best possible fluidity.
A 5,000 mAh battery can produce more. It has good autonomy and can even last all day if it does not demand much from the device and with the screen at 60 Hz. This is below the Samsung rival which offers a lot of autonomy with the screen clocked at 120Hz. At least Xiaomi’s model spends very little time in the socket to fully recharge the battery.
Mi 11 Ultra debuts Samsung’s new 50MP sensor. It records great pictures during the day and doesn’t suffer from noise at night. Captures cleaner images than ultra-wide iPhone And the telephoto lens manages to take good pictures with the 5x optical zoom, but still is unable to compete with the advanced zoom. S21 Ultra. The front has good selfies, but it could be better in dark places.
Is it worth buying Mi 11 Ultra? depends on. The traditional model would be a better choice for those who don’t care that much about cameras. We expected more from Xiaomi’s more powerful model, especially in terms of multitasking and battery life. For more details, check out the full review through the link below.