Xiaomi has just released a new smartphone named the Mi 11. It debuts with some serious upgrades as compared to its predecessors such as 108MP triple rear camera, cinematic audio, and Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset.
The 108MP triple rear camera can easily turn any novice photo and video enthusiast into a film director as it captures crystal-clear images with amazing details that are comparable to a professional-grade DSLR or mirror less cameras.
The Mi 11 has also improved night mode photography to three of its camera:primary, ultra-wide, and front.
For all the photography enthusiast out there, Mi 11 now offers studio-level shooting control with its HDR10+ recording and new Pro Time-lapse mode, capable of adjusting shutter speed, ISO, aperture and EV to handle even the most challenging lighting situations. Studio-level control also extends to editing with advanced AI features, including AI Erase 2.0 which allows users to remove unwanted objects or lines from images with one simple click.
Mi 11 is faster, more powerful and more efficient than its predecessor. The device not only supports 2K/120fps/HDR gaming, but also sports an octa-core design, and ultra-large core Arm Cortex-X1 which ramps up performance dramatically. All that while its 3,200MHz LPDDR5 ensures incredible data transfer speed that has increased from 5,500Mbps to 6,400Mbps.
Equipped with the latest LiquidCool heat dissipation system, the device effortlessly deals with extreme gaming and other high-capacity operations while staying cool. At the same time, its 4600mAh (typ), the staggering triple combination of 55W wired, 50W wireless and 10W reverse charging and the compact but powerful 55W GaN charger included in the box, ensure that Mi 11 stays powered up for any adventure life throws your way.
Xiaomi has also prepared a big surprise to all the gaming fans out there as it collaborate with the most popular mobile game of the year 2020, Genshin Impact. Mi 11 offers great Genshin performance.