Xiaomi Mi 11X Review ! FastNews98

Xiaomi Mi 11X
Xiaomi Mi 11X Review: A few years ago Xiaomi took the world by storm with the launch of Poco F1, one of the best budget smartphones of all time. It was the spiritual successor of the Redmi K20, which was never appreciated in India. Looking to the future, Xiaomi has decided to bring the K40 series back to China with the Mi 11X series, a name that will resonate with customers.

The Mi 11X is a mid-range smartphone that has all the specifications to cope with its weight class. With a Snapdragon 870 processor and a 120Hz display, it looks great on paper.
If you're ready to spend your hard-earned money, take a look at the numbers on the spec sheet. If not, read on to find out if the Mi 11X is worth your money or not. The Mi 11x features a 6.67-inch FullHD + Super AMOLED display with a 20: 9 aspect ratio and a 120Hz refresh rate.
It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor with 6-8GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage. It runs Android 11 based on MIUI 12 out of the box. It is supported by a 4.520mAh battery. The 128GB onboard memory is not expandable.
The 11X features a triple rear camera consisting of a 48-megapixel primary camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens and a 5-megapixel macro sensor. There's also a 20-megapixel selfie snapper.
The MI 11X has a cleaner aesthetic than the Mi 11 series. The frame is largely made of plastic, and the phone looks and feels high-quality in the hand. On the front of the phone is a 6.67-inch panel with a wide display and a cut-out for the selfie snapper in the middle. The neckline is small and the bezel narrow. The back is made of glass with rounded rectangle for the camera module on top, arranged in a nice design, with Xiaomi branding and 5G branding at the bottom left.
The Mi 11X is placed via a USB Type C connector at the bottom, which is surrounded by a dual SIM card compartment, speaker grille and a primary microphone. The right edge houses the power button and volume rocker. The power button acts as a fingerprint sensor, which is not apparent at first glance. The top edge of the phone remains clean, except for the secondary microphone.
It is a 6.67-inch AMOLED panel with a resolution of 2,400x1,080 pixels. Best of all, it supports a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Whether you're browsing Instagram all day, playing games or using your phone, this refresh rate makes sure it runs smoothly.
If you like to watch movies and other content on your smartphone, you will be pleased that the display is good with great brightness and viewing angles. Whether you want to watch a movie, play a game or scroll through Instagram, the ad will not disappoint you.
The Mi 11X is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor paired with 6 or 8 GB of RAM. Our tester came with 8GB RAM.
For a phone in the $30,000 price range, the Snapdragon 870 is a very good processor. With its 5G capabilities, it delivers smooth performance and great thermal performance.
During the review period, the combination of playing games, surfing the Internet and playing music didn't make the phone sweat a bit. Even during intense gaming sessions, the phone got a bit hot, but it still worked brilliantly.
It runs Android 11, based on MIUI 12, out of the box. It is much better than MIUI 11 and the company appears to be on the right track. He can do Asphalt 9 and Call of Duty, and he handles everything you throw at him without a hiccup.
The biggest change is the separation of notifications and shortcuts, called Notification Control Center, which looks and feels more like iOS. The user interface is slightly more colourful, the new animations are smooth, and the standard Google Dialer, Messages and Contacts apps are welcome additions.
The MI 11X has a triple camera on the back. It consists of a 48-megapixel primary camera, an 8-megapixel ultra wide-angle camera and a 5-megapixel macro sensor.
The camera app is manageable and offers many functions. The smartphone gets Pro mode, Night mode, Slow mode and more. The 5-megapixel macro sensor performs significantly better than many phones that have 2-megapixel macro sensors.
It also provides images that can be used outdoors. As far as the main sensor is concerned, it is disappointing. It does not have optical image stabilization, which should be in this price range.
The colours are a little more vibrant than before. The dynamic range is not the best and the images are overexposed. The details are also slightly above average.
The selfie camera has the same performance as before. In normal light, the power is sufficient and usable in low light. The ultra-wide sensor has almost the same characteristics. The Mi 11X has a 4.520mAh battery, which is in today's standard price range, but could have stood out a bit more.
In my time with the smartphone, the easy to medium use of a full-day use has brought me. Even on a heavy day, the battery lasts all day. I'm sure battery life will take a hit once 5G is available in India and we start using it. The Mi 11X supports 33W fast charging and comes with a quick charger, which is nice. With the quick charger, the phone can recharge from zero to 100% in less than an hour, which is nice.
The Mi 11X offers a good price-performance ratio with a good design and materials starting from Rs 2,999.99 for the 6 GB RAM variant and Rs 3,1999 for the 8 GB RAM variant. The Xiaomi Mi 11x has everything you can love and hate about MIUI. It is equipped with great performance and a good looking display.
If you are willing to compromise on camera performance, overall performance, display and design, the Mi 11X is a great smartphone for you. If the camera is your priority, you should look at the Realme X7 Pro or the Vivo V20 series. Otherwise, the camera can be a little disappointing.

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