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Xiaomi announces the global version of Mi 11


Xiaomi announced the international version of its flagship Mi 11 phone today to compete with the Galaxy S21 lineup, and as expected, there are few changes in the specification sheet compared to the Chinese version.

The most notable changes are the lack of a 12/256GB version and a 55-watt GaN charger in the box, although Chinese users can still get a 65W GaN charger for free if they wish.

Mi 11 has a Snapdragon 888 processor, making it the first phone to be launched with Qualcomm's latest high-quality chip, and includes a built-in 5G connection.

The phone comes with a slightly curved OLED screen measuring 6.8 inches, 3200×1440 pixels, and a 120Hz refresh rate, with a peak of 1,500 candles per square meter, and gorilla Glass Victus protection.

For shooting, the three-way rear camera consists of a basic 108MP lens with a 7P lens and f/1.9 aperture, and the ultra-wide camera — 13MP and f/2.4 aperture — features a 123-degree viewing angle, along with a basic 5MP macro lens and an f/2.4 aperture.

There is also a 20-megapixel front camera inside a small hole at the top left of the screen, as well as a built-in fingerprint scanner under the screen, which also acts as a heart rate sensor.

The battery has a battery capacity of 4,600 mAh and supports fast wire charging with 55 Watts, 50W wireless charging, and 10W reverse wireless charging.

The battery works with the Quick Charge 4+ adapter, Quick Charge 3, and Power Delivery 3.0, and the company offers a 55W GaN fast charger in the box to all European buyers at no extra cost.

The phone works with the MIUI 12 user interface, based on Android 11, and the company has also hinted at new color options that may soon appear.

She hasn't provided a full list of areas or launch dates yet but says the Mi 11 price will be 749 euros (about $900) for the 8/128GB version, and 799 euros (about $960) for the 8/256GB version.