Xiaomi Mi 11X Series Review, Brings 120Hz Screen and Snapdragon Chipset Series 800

Xiaomi Mi 11X Series Review, Brings 120Hz Screen and Snapdragon Chipset Series 800

Xiaomi Mi 11X Series Review, Brings 120Hz Screen and Snapdragon Chipset Series 800 – Not just a series Redmi Note-its just a sometimes dizzying so many series, a line of flagship smartphone from Xiaomi also had the same situation. After just introduced the Mi 11, then direct several other series including Mi 11 Ultra, now turn to the series Xiaomi Mi 11X new skate in India.

Xiaomi Mi 11X Series itself consists of two variants; Mi 11X and Mi 11X Pro. Looks familiar? Yes, that’s right. When Gizmo friends already managed to suspect, indeed, both the smartphones is another version of the Redmi K40 & K40 Pro. Only Xiaomi India decided the use of the name “Mi”.

And yes, it is also true, the Xiaomi Mi 11X version of the standard is the same with the Poco F3 recently unveiled in Indonesia. I don’t know what the purpose of Xiaomi to release a smartphone with naming different in every country. Because, not only imbuhannya course, but “Mi”, “Redmi” and “Poco” give the perception of a class that is generally different.

If a Xiaomi smartphone use the name “Mi”, the perception is definitely the smartphone is the line’s flagship, has a premium price. While the “Redmi” tend to to a smartphone version of the affordable and “Poco” is probably considered heart—as a smartphone brand that is known for always breaking down of the market in each segment. While the Mi 11 Ultra comes with the same name in India.

Differences in the Specifications of the Xiaomi Mi 11X & Mi 11X Pro

The difference of each series Xiaomi Mi 11X relatively minor, aka not much can be found. Both present with the exact same design, using glass material frosted aka doff on the body behind him. Camera-inspired silhouette “hello”, while the profile is designed with a thin arch 3D on the back side of the left and right.

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Before launching the second flagship murah Xiaomi this one, Xiaomi India confirmed the use of the meaning of the letter “X” itself. What is meant is “Xceptional Display & Xquisite Design”, aka the treasure of the design as well as the screen used. The screen of the smartphone is quite the classy, the least of which is provided in the paper.

The panels used are E4 AMOLED full HD resolution+, with landscape display area of 6.67 inches. High Refresh rate 120Hz present balanced with a touch sampling rate of 360Hz, suitable to play the game. While for content creators and connoisseurs of entertainment, the display supports HDR10+, MEMC, a maximum brightness of 1300 nits and got the best score (A+) of the test DisplayMate.

Be a part of the screen, there is a camera 20MP support EIS at recording video. While in the back there is a setup of three cameras is simple, including an 8MP ultra-wide-angle and 5MP telemacro. The difference is the sensor main; Xiaomi Mi 11X Pro comes with Samsung HM2 108MP while the non-Pro use the standard sensor 48MP.

Only Xiaomi Mi 11X Pro only supports video recording 8K, one of which is also thanks to the use of cip, which is powered namely Snapdragon 888. A variant of the standard disposable Snapdragon 870, which incidentally got Antutu score equally high. They both have a battery capacity of 4,520 mAh, and supports charging instant 33 watts.

How Much Price Xiaomi Mi 11x & Mi11x Pro in the World?

Present in two different memory storage options for each series, the highest variant of Xiaomi MI 11x (8 / 128GB) is priced at INR31.999, or around Rp.6.1 million. While the Pro 8 / 256GB version that has a superior camera sensor, is certainly more expensive in INR41.999 (IDR 8.1 million). Both of them have entered the pre-order period in India.

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Besides Xiaomi Mi 11x Series, MI 11 Ultra was also inaugurated in India. The best camera smartphone from Xiaomi is priced at INR69.999 (Rp. 13.5 million), becoming the most expensive MI series at this time. If you go to Indonesia, what is the matter?