Review of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite: It’s Quality You Can Trust

This phone is so narrow that I can almost use it one-handed. My typical phone size is 5.5-inches (the iPhone X is actually a little too small for me). But the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite can be used with one hand. The lack of a notch means more screen real estate, and the bezels are not as wide as some of the phones with a notch, in this price range. I have a feeling the phone could eventually have a notch; I have to think they’ll figure out how to make the screen look the same, but thicker, without it. At first I didn’t notice the Mi 11 Lite’s fingerprint reader because it was tiny. I noticed it the second time I tried to use it. The placement is odd



Reducing the size of the bezels did make Xiaomi’s display more versatile. The screen size is only about 11.6 inches, and its width and thickness respectively add up to 5.96 and 7.48 inches, though the display covers 91% of the body’s front. It doesn’t look particularly large, although the dimensions do make it look even smaller than it actually is. You won’t be able to fit much else except for a handful of other phones in the same space. Since this is a smartphone, however, it’s far from perfect. Brightness level of the screen is only around 315 cd/m2, which is okay for everyday use but a touch too low to use in bright conditions. The low brightness comes from the panel itself, since it only supports a maximum of 10 levels of brightness.



Image: Mohammad Hadi Mi fans were up in arms when the recent release of the Mi A2 with Android One turned out to be inferior to the original Mi A1 that launched in India in September 2017. That grievance has now been addressed as a component of the Mi 11 Lite (Mi A2 Lite) is also based on the A1. The images from the Mi A2 Lite are comparable with that of the Mi A1 and are particularly impressive when there are two cameras at the rear—the one on the back of the Mi A2 Lite is a 16MP+2MP combination, compared to the 12MP+5MP combination on the Mi A2.

Software and Performance

The Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 is just one of the latest smartphones to pack a Snapdragon 845 processor in their halls, and while it is the fastest processor available right now, for everyday tasks and basic content consumption, the Mi Mix 3 offers very little to get excited about. It’s good for gaming and videos, but if you really want to try something a little different, you should probably look for another top-tier device like the Honor Play or the Razer Phone 2. The same can be said about the Mi Mix 3’s gaming performance. I’ve played quite a few games on the phone, ranging from Angry Birds to Fortnite, and I’ve found they’re pretty decent. However, some of them are not particularly hard on the system as they’re all rather familiar in terms of settings and features.

Battery Life

Better than most Android devices in its price bracket, with 3,400mAh. Don’t expect it to power you through a full day without some charging. Camera The camera hardware is outclassed by phones a few grades up. It comes with 12 megapixels and a dual-camera module – this is the only real standout feature, as the rest of the package is more functional than eye-catching. You can buy the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite for only RM988.99.

a wide array of options available on the high-end of the price scale, Xiaomi continues to serve an excellent value for money proposition. The Mi 9 and Mi MIX 3 both hold the keys to a revolution in smartphone technology. This week, we saw the first leaks and leaks of the forthcoming Mi 11 Lite and its re-entrance into the Chinese market, although if reports are to be believed, it will not be Xiaomi’s cheapest handset in the premium category, following the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S, which took the mantle as the most affordable premium smartphone around.As ever, the multitude of choices available on the market can be overwhelming, so to clear up the confusion, we have conducted a detailed and in-depth review of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite.

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