Millet 11 Ultra hands-on: back more points


Mi 11 Ultra hands-on

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We have reviewed Xiaomi Mi 11 earlier, which is a “light flagship” with the theme of lightness, but if it is compared with other true flagships in the industry, it seems to be weaker, so everyone thinks that Xiaomi has left a hand. . Sure enough, Xiaomi announced their true flagship today: Xiaomi 11 Ultra. If the question is based on one word, it is “remembering more points”, because the most fascinating aspect of this phone is the extra small screen on the back.

Mi 11 Ultra and Mi 11 use the same 6.81-inch AMOLED quad-curved screen with the same resolution of WQHD+ (3,200 x 1,440), 120Hz ultra-smooth refresh rate and 480Hz touch sampling rate, covered with Corning Gorilla Glass Victus, Not surprisingly, the display level is certified by DisplayMate A+. At the same time, Xiaomi emphasized this time that Xiaomi 11 Ultra has finally obtained the IP68 waterproof and dustproof certification.

As you can see in the picture below, the back of the Mi 11 Ultra has a “giant” camera module, which can be used to rest against your fingers when holding the camera (?). Visually, you would think that the phone is very heavy, and the body weight has reached 234g, but it is not as heavy as expected, but it is not light.

Mi 11 Ultra hands-on

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As mentioned earlier, the small screen behind the Mi 11 Ultra is the key point. On the right side of the camera module, there is a small rectangular 1.1-inch AMOLED touch screen, which can usually be used as an AOD clock. It does not need to light up the main screen every time you look at the time; it can be used as a viewfinder when shooting. You can use the 50MP main camera to take photos by yourself, or even take photos with the ultra-wide-angle camera. In the setting page, it is not surprising that you can design the same content as the main screen AOD, that is, display time, pictures or custom words.

Mi 11 Ultra hands-on

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Speaking of the camera, on the “huge” three-camera combination on the back of the Mi 11 Ultra, the main camera is the 50MP GN2 that has been previously confirmed to be developed in cooperation with Samsung and has a CMOS size of 1/1.12 inches, because the single pixel size is 1.4μm and supports Dual PD Pro focus technology, so the focus speed during real shooting is fast, which is very good. The ultra-wide-angle part is the 48MP Sony IMX 586 CMOS, and the 48MP telephoto camera uses the same CMOS, but replaced with a native 5x periscope telephoto lens, which can also bring up to 120x digital zoom. The shooting effect is left to the future evaluation, but Xiaomi has also added some more functions to the camera this time, including a small window that assists in the positioning of the telephoto, and also added a dual-lens simultaneous shooting mode. I have read it on other mobile phones, and Xiaomi has made up for it.

As a flagship smartphone, the core specifications are also on the top. Mi 11 Ultra is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, standard 12GB RAM + 256GB storage space, plus a 5,000mAh silicon-oxygen negative battery that supports 67W super wired and wireless charging. Others include the Harman Kardon tuning stereo dual speakers, X-axis linear vibration motor, screen fingerprint lock, dual card dual standby 5G, Wi-Fi 6E, NFC and infrared that you saw on Xiaomi 11, all of which are in Xiaomi 11 Appears on Ultra. As for the current overheating problems of S888 mobile phones, Xiaomi claims that they have used the “phase three-stage cooling technology”, which uses two different heat dissipation systems, ceramic thermal pads and VC soaking plates, to make a combination punch. I want to know whether the pressure control can be successful. Calorie, come and look forward to our evaluation.

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