Xiaomi today officially unveiled its premium Xiaomi Mi 11 phone for global markets, including Europe. The Xiaomi Mi 11 was originally introduced in late 2020 for the Chinese market. The global announcement was held virtually with the motto #MovieMagic.
The mentioned hashtag refers to the possibilities of recording video. Xiaomi has largely focused on improving the camera technology on its devices, and this includes the Mi 11. The Mi 11 uses a 108MP main camera, 13MP ultra-wide, and a 5MP macro sensor. The company has focused on video recording capabilities, with several different features, such as the new freeze-frame mode and improved time-lapse mode.
Mi 11 also has improved video processing software. Shooting in low light conditions was also upgraded, along with Night Mode. Xiaomi has also paid attention to photography and the impressive specifications of the 108MP main camera (f / 1.9 aperture, 1 / 1.33 ", 0.8µm, PDAF, OIS).
When it comes to the display, it is a screen with WQHD + resolution, 515ppi, 3200 x 1140p resolution). Xiaomi calls the screen on the Mi 11 model one of the screens that display the most clover. The display has a 120Hz refresh rate, HDR10 + support, 1500 nits illumination, and Corning Gorilla Glass Victus protection.
The company mentioned during the presentation that the Mi 11 was designed for the "big stage", and upgraded stereo speakers, which offer a 24-bit / 192kHz sound experience, will significantly help in this. Harman Kardon is in charge of sharing the best sound experience, and the interesting thing is that users can simultaneously combine and connect two pairs of headphones or speakers to the phone.
The Xiaomi Mi 11 uses the latest premium Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset, which we’ve heard a lot about so far, and we’ve also seen how it works within the Samsung Galaxy S21 series phones. The Mi 11 is certainly expected to be one of the most powerful 5G phones on the market.
The phone comes with the MIUI 12.5 user interface, based on Android 11. Xiaomi mentioned the interesting fact that it now allows more applications to be uninstalled. Even for system applications, icons can be removed, which means that the screen of the phone can be better adjusted.
The Mi 11 offers 55W wireless charging, and the top can be charged in 45 minutes without the use of a cable. There is also 50W fast charging via a 4600mAh battery cable. Along with the Mi 11, Xiaomi will offer a 55W GaN charger.
Finally, what many are most interested in is the price for the European market. The Xiaomi Mi 11 will cost 749 euros, for a model with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The version with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage will cost 799 euros.