Xiaomi has introduced four new smartphones in the Mi 11 series, including a new top model: Mi 11 Ultra. This smartphone has a small 1.1 inch LED screen for taking selfies with the rear cameras. The phone also has a regular selfie camera on the front.
The screen has a resolution of 126 x 294 pixels and thus is not sharp enough to see details on it. However, you can recognize the heads on it. So you can see on the screen whether someone’s head still ends up in the image, or if it is located outside. This screen can also display notifications.
Likes Than the regular Mi 11 Ultra has three rear cameras. The standard camera, which is 50MP, is less sharp than the standard 108MP camera on the Mi 11. However, the ultra wide-angle lens and the telemacro lens both have a 48MP sensor and can take better photos than the Mi 11 cameras. You can digitally zoom in up to 120 times with Mi 11 Ultra and it can record in 8K resolution with all three cameras.
The Ultra has the same 6.81 inch screen as the Mi 11 with a high refresh rate: 120Hz. The Ultra also has a 20MP selfie camera in the upper left corner of the screen.
Both phones have the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, which makes them both support 5G. However, the Ultra has 12GB of memory and 256GB of storage, more than the standard model. The battery is also slightly larger at 5000 mAh and can be charged at 67 watts, which is slightly more than the Mi 11.
In addition to the Ultra, three new Mi 11 phones
Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra costs 1199 euros. It is not clear when the model will become available. In addition to Ultra, Xiaomi is showing three more Mi 11 phones. Mi 11i is a cheaper model with a slightly smaller screen and a smaller battery for 649 euros.
The cheapest Mi 11 models are Lite and Lite 5G. The cost of the non-5G version is 299 euros; Those who want to support 5G will have to pay 70 euros more. The Lite models are lighter and thinner Mi 11 phones and have a slower processor, 6.55-inch screens smaller than other Mi 11 smartphones.
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