Mi 11 Ultra ultimate review

This can also serves as a rear camera for self-shots. It’s in the camera app’s settings, but I couldn’t locate it immediately. Taking selfies is more fun because of the rear camera on the back. But the one-handed taking of selfies didn’t work out for me.

The biggest difference between the Mi 11 and the previous generations is the camera. It has a 50MP Samsung GN2 sensor at the back, along with a 48MP ultra-wide sensor (128-degree field of view). Because of the 120X AI and 5X optical zoom, it is the widest of all-in-one-one magnification range, however

8K video can be recorded up to 6 minutes per GB. It’s possible to capture photos in multi-camera mode with it, where you can use each camera simultaneously.

You could say it has the best camera on one of all Xiaomi phones. It does everything it should do on the flagship level of performance. zooming in on photos in from the rear camera yields plenty of details and the colours aren’t overly bright and vivid

The portraits from the Mi 11 are extraordinary and the camera excels at isolating people from backgrounds. In most of the Portrait shots, edge detection was also served well.

I had a lot of fun using the 5X zoom for pictures. That despite the things in question being at a considerable distance and my hands trembling on occasion, the search was successful. 10X is good, but I like the 5X zoom the best. Consider any number higher than this. If you go above this, things will not look quite good.

I can’t understand why a 12x zoom on the 11 Ultimate and for the Mi 11 Ultra, either. It’s difficult to get the camera to focus at such a high zoom settings when the pictures are grainy

it would be safe to say that the night mode on the camera is impressive But does it compare to other recent flagships I’ve used? I don’t believe it entirely. Saturated colours can be obtained with the Night mode on the Mi 11 Ultra smartphone because of its low light sensor. Some of the abstract shots, such as the white flower, look great. At that point, I also tried to photograph a statue, and I knew it was going to be a problem. Most night reading modes need some kind of light to be read.

Perhaps my biggest disappointment about the Mi 11 Ultra is the macro lens. The programme did not function properly. “It never delivered what I wanted it to.

To sum it up, I’d say the Mi 11 Ultra excels in delivering exceptional results whether it’s on the field or in the studio. That’s what people actually want out of their phone, especially smartphone users.

Six-inch screen with a resolution of 3,200 X 1,400 ppi The screen on this workstation is responsive no matter what is being shown. Over an hour and the Gheon Impact is looking great on this screen. I have not experienced any difficulties reading the screen even in bright sunlight.

In order to keep the battery life in check, we recommend using the maximum refresh rate of 120 Hertz, though it can be dropped to 60 Hz. I had the screen refresh rate set to 120 Hz for my test period. More importantly, it also supports a higher oscillation rate of 480 Hz, which means better responsiveness in gaming.

It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset with a 12 gigaRam and a generous storage space of 256GB. Performance is not being advertised is not to be a problem with this device. Photographing for hours on a long time leaves the phone warm. If you’ve been playing for a while, you should take this into consideration: it’s getting quite warm out there

It comes with speakers by default, but can be purchased as an add-on for a further stereo sound customization. I get the best possible audio on my phone, right? At times, the audio levels had to be cranked up so that I had to listen to the content so as not to miss it.

For the time of this writing, Xiaomi is including a 55W charging cord in the box, though the battery is rated at 5000 mAh. The current charging time for a fully-charged battery is about an hour. If you use it daily, you can get at least a day’s life; if you don’t, you’ll get a day’s life at best.