Manila, Philippines – January 13, 2021 – we, Xiaomi Review, did a full review of Mi 11. And also, you can check our separate article tackling our impression of this beast, just click here. Now without further ado, let’s get started.
Inside the box
Alright, let’s start with the box. Inside, we see the familiar accessories, except for the charger. We have the Mi 11 itself, a jelly case, a warranty card, and a user manual.
The 108 MP 26mm did a phenomenal job on night shots and low lights. While when there is a sun or an obvious light, we can notice deeper, detailed, and clear shots. We did not include pictures here on our blog, because we expect you to watch our YouTube video, so we can grow. Kindly watch or click our video below. In this way, you can support and see for yourself how magnificent the camera of Mi 11 is.
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What I can say about its selfie camera is that, its way better than those smartphones from the competitors that has the same price point. Its selfie is on point in details and you can actually see how the pictures were improved by the AI. Maybe because of the Qualcomm Spectra™ 580 ISP – the quality of AI and processing of selfies were improved compare to smartphones with Qualcomm Snapdragon.
Meanwhile, the video recording is most likely the same as Mi 10. However, kind of inferior against Mi 10 Pro and Mi 10 Ultra. These are the quality videos that Mi 11 can record: [email protected]/30fps, [email protected]/60fps, [email protected]/60/120/240/480fps; gyro-EIS.
The display is something that Xiaomi can brag about. It is the first-ever flagship phone of Xiaomi that has a Quad High Definition (QHD) resolution (1440 x 2340). And on top of that, a 120Hz refresh rate and an AMOLED were added to bring the near-to-maximum experience a customer can have.
And not to mention, to help you ease your worries, Xiaomi put the strongest Corning Gorilla Glass yet to exist, the Corning Gorilla Glass Victus. “In our lab tests, Gorilla Glass Victus survived drops onto hard, rough surfaces from up to 2 meters. Competitive aluminosilicate glasses, from other manufacturers, typically fail when dropped from 0.8 meters.” – Corning said.
Battery and Charging
Although, we expect Xiaomi to put some whooping juice inside – well, they just packed a 4600 mAh battery capacity. This is kinda okay in my opinion, it’s just that I expect to lock it at 5000 mAh.
The charging speed is up to 55W. Although, it’s a bit disappointed that Xiaomi did not put a charger inside.
Oh, yes, lastly we had the Mi 11 tested its benchmark on Antutu. And what we got is a whooping 735,931. It outpowered its competitor HUAWEI Mate 40 Pro by almost 100,000 scores. We will not tell you the gameplay and how smooth it is. But, you can always watch our YouTube video for a full review of Mi 11.