Xiaomi has unveiled its flagship-spec Mi 11 in China. It is the first smartphone to feature Qualcomm's brand-new Snapdragon 888 chipset, and it is also the first Xiaomi phone to not ship with a charger in the box, similar to what we've already seen with the Apple iPhone 12 series earlier this year.
As is a norm with every flagship device in 2020, the Mi 11, too, features a glass sandwich design with a 6.81-inch 2K curved AMOLED display at the front. The display comes with a 120Hz refresh rate and gets a punch-hole cutout at the top left corner housing a 20MP selfie camera.
It draws power from a 5nm Snapdragon 888 chipset paired with up to 12GB of RAM and up to 512GB of internal storage. Besides that, the phone comes with a triple-camera setup at the back, comprising of a 108MP primary sensor along with a 13MP ultrawide shooter and a 5MP macro camera.
The Mi 11, furthermore, packs a 4,600mAh battery with support for 55W wired charging, 50W wireless charging, and 10W reverse wireless charging. According to Xiaomi, the device can be fully charged in just 45 minutes of wired charging.
That said, Xiaomi is giving its users a choice of opting for a 55W charger along with the smartphone at the time of purchase for no extra cost. However, if you already own a fast charger, you should definitely pick just the phone as it contributes to environmental protection.
The Mi 11 has been unveiled in China, and it is priced starting at CNY 3,999 (~ ₹44,999) for the base 8GB+128GB trim. The 8GB+256GB and 12GB+256GB variants, on the other hand, are priced at CNY 4,299 (~ ₹48,299) and CNY 4,699 (~ ₹52,799), respectively.