After a Chinese launch, the Xiaomi Mi 11 has now been officially presented for the Netherlands. The smartphone will come on the market in one version, has a suggested retail price of 849 euros and can be ordered from the end of February.
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Xiaomi Mi 11 official for the Netherlands
The Xiaomi Mi 11 comes to us in two colors: gray and blue, while there are even more color variants available in China. Other specifications and features are almost identical to the device, which was previously presented for its own home market.
For example, the device runs on the Snapdragon 888 chip from manufacturer Qualcomm and is only available here as a version with 8GB RAM and 256GB internal memory. The frame is made of metal and the Mi 11 is coated with Corning Gorilla Glass Victus. That is even more resistant to scratches and damage than predecessors.
The Xiaomi Mi 11 is from February 26 available for pre-order and the 8GB / 256GB model costs here 849 euros. You will receive the Mi Watch as a gift until 15 March. This pre-order deal applies at various stores including Belsimpel, Coolblue, Bol.com, Mobiel.nl and its own Mi.com.
Large screen, high resolution and 120Hz
Xiaomi equips the smartphone with a 6.81-inch AMOLED screen with a high QHD resolution (3200 by 1440 pixels). That combination makes everything look beautiful and sharp, colors splash from the screen and the contrast is infinite. This way you can optimally enjoy photos, websites or other content from, for example, Netflix, Videoland or Disney Plus.
Thanks to 10-bit color technology, one billion colors are displayed. However, many smartphones display a maximum of 16 million colors. The screen has rounded screen edges and has a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz. As a result, the display refreshes 120 times per second, which makes it feel very smooth. That frequency can also be set lower, which is good for the battery life.
The screen also has a hole for the front camera of 20 megapixels. Finally, you will find the fingerprint scanner behind the display, with which you can unlock the device quickly.
Three cameras, large battery and fast charging
At the rear you will find three cameras, with the primary camera having a resolution of 108 megapixels. With that you shoot pictures full of detail. There is also optical image stabilization, so your photos and videos are always sharp.
Do you want to capture a group of people, architecture or a beautiful landscape? Then use the 13 megapixel wide-angle camera. Finally, there is a separate macro camera on board of 5 megapixels. You shoot fine with this close-ups of flowers or insects. There are two speakers on board and the Mi 11 also records stereo sound. Filming is done in a maximum 8K resolution for the ultimate result.
Xiaomi equips the Mi 11 with a battery of 4600 mAh, so you can easily get through the day. Wired charging is possible with a maximum of 55 Watt, but wireless charging is also available. Charging via that route is possible with a maximum of 50 Watt. Reverse wireless charging is also available, so you can provide your wireless earbuds or another smartphone with power.
Android 11 and MIUI 12.5
In addition to the fine combination of hardware, software is also very important. Xiaomi therefore supplies the smartphone with Android 11 and its own MIUI shell. We have now arrived at version 12.5. That shell contains various own apps that are pre-installed and its appearance has also been significantly adjusted.
The Mi 11 also has all kinds of other interesting options. You can operate a television or other product with the infrared sensor. You can also measure your heart rate via the fingerprint scanner. Of course there is also 5G support available, so you are ready for the future.
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