Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi on Monday announced the Xiaomi 11 flagship smartphone, the world's first Snapdragon 888 processor-powered phone, starting at RMB 3,999 yuan ($611).
Xiaomi 11 has a 6.81-inch quad-curved full-screen display with an increased resolution of 3200 x 1400 and a pixel density of 515 PPI.
It supports DCI-P3 color gamut, the latest E4 light-emitting material, brightness of up to 1500 nits, and 8192 levels of brightness adjustment.
It supports a 120Hz refresh rate, 240Hz touch sampling rate, ultra-high color accuracy, and 1 billion color display.
DisplayMate gave Xiaomi 11's screen the highest A+ rating, claiming to set 13 new records.
The device has a built-in AI Master Picture Quality Engine that supports super-resolution display enhancement, AI Smart Scene Optimization, video picture quality enhancement, and motion picture compensation.
Xiaomi 11 also uses the new Corning Gorilla Glass Victus, which can resist drops from a height of 2 meters and is 1.5 times more resistant to drops and 2 times more resistant to wear and tear.
It has two built-in grip sensors on the top and bottom, which can monitor grip status in real-time and work with the gyroscope to intelligently determine the anti-touch area.
It continues to use ultra-thin under-screen optical fingerprint recognition, and the brightness of the fingerprint area is as low as 110 nits for nighttime unlocking.
It supports heart rate monitoring, finger gently pressing the fingerprint module for 15 seconds to measure the heart rate, with an average error of 2.11bpm.
In terms of performance, it is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor for the first time in the world, which adopts a 5nm process and commercially available X1 mega-core for the first time with a maximum frequency of 2.84GHz.
It comes with LPDDR5 memory at 3200MHz. it also has UFS 3.1 flash memory, Wi-Fi 6 wireless network with an extreme throughput rate of 3.5Gbps.
Xiaomi 11 has a VC liquid-cooled three-dimensional cooling system with a large VC even thermal plate covering the SoC, power management chip, and other heat sources, and a new ultra-thin aerogel thermal blocking material, lots of graphite, copper foil, thermally conductive gel, and multi-point monitoring sensors built-in.
In terms of camera, it uses three cameras on the rear. The main camera is the classic Samsung HMX 100 megapixel camera with a 1/1.33-inch large base sensor that supports 1.6-micron quadruple pixel, OIS optical stabilization, and 7P lens. There is also a 123-degree 13-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 50mm focal length macro camera.
On the front is a 20-megapixel ultra-micro lens with a patented ultra-small lens module, reduced screen opening, and support for large wide-angle panoramic group shots.
It has a 4,600mAh battery and supports 55W wired fast charging (45 minutes to full), 50W wireless fast charging (53 minutes to full), and 10W wireless reverse charging.
The Xiaomi 11 package is available in two versions, the standard version without charger and cable, and the kit version with a 55W GaN charger and cable worth Rmb99.
Xiaomi 11 comes in five different colorways, including black, white, and blue for AG frosted glass, weighing 196g and 8.06mm thick.
They also use a smaller 01005 capacitor-inductor patch inside, reducing the size of the motherboard by 3/4.
Xiaomi 11 began accepting pre-orders at 10 p.m. GMT on Monday evening and first went on sale at 0:00 on January 1.
The 8GB RAM and 128GB storage version is priced at RMB 3,999, the 8GB RAM and 256GB storage version is priced at RMB 4,299, and the 12GB RAM and 256GB storage version is priced at RMB 4,699.
It is worth mentioning that the above prices are for the standard versions, without the charger. But the prices of a set with the charger are exactly the same.
Lui Jun calls on users who already have a charger to take the initiative to choose the standard version for environmental reasons.