And here we have it: Xiaomi’s most advanced cell phone now in early 2021 Wed 11 Apple and Samsung make small changes to the most existing designs and hardware to withstand new releases. Does top-of-the-line sugar provide better value for money?
The front design has changed slightly, except for a stretched screen that better explores the front. We had more drastic changes to the rear, at least with the redesigned layout in the set of cameras. The main camera and ultra-wide stand out more for their huge lens, while the macro is closer to the LED flash.
The screen has evolved and we now have a 120 Hz AMOLED panel with high brightness. Displayed colors show good calibration, without exaggeration as is common in cell phones from Samsung and Motorola. Stereo sound complements the multimedia experience, but at this point we haven’t seen an improvement compared to its predecessor.
The Snapdragon 888 is a nice addition to the set, too bad that the MIUI does not exploit its full potential. It will have a higher number in the benchmark, while in sports there will be some that will take advantage of the screen’s 120 Hz.
The battery has been reduced from the previous generation to make Xiaomi’s new top thinner. With the increase in screen, resolution and refresh rate, we saw autonomy being abandoned. At least the recharge time is fast and it takes less than 1 hour to fully recharge the battery.
The cameras haven’t evolved … I mean, just the macro that’s changed. Main and ultra-wide are the same Wed 10. New photos take good pictures, but we have seen better Xiaomi phones. What matters is that the Mi 11 is a complete device, but due to the high dollar it can be difficult to import. For more information on the Mi 11, simply check out the review from the link below.