Xiaomi (pronounced "Schau-Mi") has quietly developed into number 3 on the world market for smartphones, of course not least because of the decline of Huawei, which is practically no longer involved because of the sanctions imposed by the USA under President Trump US companies can work together and therefore had to bring their newer models to market without Google apps and Android, which caused a sharp drop in sales figures on the western market. Today the company, also from China, has been Xiaomi new flagship smartphone Xiaomi Mi 11 for the global market, like you among others can read at Areamobile.
Xiaomi Mi 11 from 740 euros
The Xiaomi Mi 11 easily keeps up with the flagships of the competition, at least on paper, and costs 749 euros for release with 128 gigabytes of memory in Germany. The 256GB version costs 799 euros. The Xiaomi Mi 11 is currently not yet available to order, but it should go on sale this month.
In terms of technology, the Xiaomi Mi 11 offers a 6.81-inch display (AMOLED, 120 Hertz) and a triple camera with a 108-megapixel main camera and an ultra-wide-angle camera (13 megapixels) and a tele macro (5th Megapixels). The battery offers 4600 mAh and can be charged with a cable with 55 watts or wirelessly with 50 watts – this ensures a full charge in under an hour. The Xiaomi Mi 11 came onto the market in China at the turn of the year and is the first smartphone in the world to have the latest and most powerful SoC from Qualcomm called the Snapdragon 888.
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