The electronics company presented the Xiaomi Mi 11 via live stream on February 8, a few weeks after the launch of the new smartphone for the domestic market in China. The technical details were therefore no longer a secret. The M11 offers the high-end Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chip, eight gigabytes of DDR5 RAM and 128 or 256 GB of flash memory. The top model naturally supports 5G and also uses turbo speed for wireless charging. Xiaomi promises an output of 50 watts. That is only five watts less than charging by cable.
For this reason, the Xiaomi Mi 11 should withstand falls from a height of up to two meters onto hard surfaces. “Devices from other manufacturers are typically damaged if they are dropped from more than 0.8 meters,” said the presentation. The new smartphone is also thinner and lighter than the previous model and beats the flagships of other manufacturers in these categories as well.
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