Unleash the Power of Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra Massive Sensor – See It in Action Now!

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With the new Mi 11 Ultra, Xiaomi entered the fray of the newest trend of having a new tier of “Ultra” Android flagship handsets that are specked and priced at a noticeably higher tier than the usual high-end designs. The phone, which was first announced in March, took some time to reach the market with any reasonable availability and a bit more for more fair pricing. However, the gadget is now fully developed and, following our in-depth camera analysis a few weeks ago, merits an accompanying product review.

In a way, the Mi 11 Ultra is a brother of the Mi 11, and it is evident from their shared display characteristics and device footprint that they belong to the same generation family. However, the Ultra stands out because of a far larger and more advanced camera array.

 

Since its release in April of 2021, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra has stood as a monument to the superiority of smartphones. The Mi 11 Ultra is a top-tier smartphone from top to bottom, from the materials used to the design to the parts and the performance.

The Mi 11 sports a sizable 5,000mAh battery, similar to the Mi 10 Ultra, with a record-breaking charging speed, reaching 100 percent in around 40 minutes. And if you prefer wireless charging, the Mi 11 Ultra can once more reach 100% with the right charger in under 40 minutes. Before we even get to the unwavering set of cameras.

Even after seven months, those phones still have the greatest cameras available. The largest CMOS sensor on a commercially available phone is the primary 50MP 1/1.12-inch Samsung GN2 (technically smaller than the 1-inch type in the Xperia Pro-I, but the Mi 11 Ultra uses all of its imagers). A 120mm periscope zoom camera and a second half-inch sensor with autofocus are placed in front of the phone’s co-largest zoom sensor and widest ultrawide camera, respectively.

The selfie is also admirable. On the back of the Mi 11 Ultra, the camera hardware necessitates the construction of a startling camera island; yet, the front is the complete opposite. The Mi 11 Ultra’s front is entirely made of screen, a gorgeous 6.81-inch AMOLED with 120Hz at 1440p, sloped corners on the left and right, as well as the top and bottom, giving the surface an uninterrupted, pebble-like appearance.

The Snapdragon 888 is the same processor that the Mi 11 and many other 2021 flagship handsets will use. There aren’t any unique features for the Ultra in this sense since we’ve covered the SoC extensively this year in the many implementations, including Xiaomi. Xiaomi only offers the Mi 11 Ultra with a 12GB DRAM and 256GB storage configuration, which is the more expensive Mi 11 variant.

 

Because it has the same screen and front-facing design as the Mi 11, the Mi 11 Ultra is almost impossible to tell apart from the Mi 11 from the front. The 6.81″ AMOLED display has a 3200 x 1440 resolution, a refresh rate of 120 Hz, and a 10-bit color screen, and Xiaomi claims a touch input sample rate of up to 480 Hz, which is extraordinarily high for the market.

While there is some coarse software refresh rate switching, there is no real VRR, and the display appears to be generally technically equivalent to what we saw with the Galaxy S20 series of devices last year. This is similar to the Mi 11, where more advanced technology is lacking to help with the power consumption of the panel.

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