There are many ways to judge the merits of a flagship device, and the Mi 11 is inevitably compared with Huawei’s Mate 40 Pro.
In terms of appearance, huawei is naturally a head taller than others in terms of photo taking. However, for Antutu running score, GFXBench, GeekBench, etc., Xiaomi mi 11 snapdragon 888 benefits from its leading advantage in architecture, which is ahead of Huawei’s Kirin 9000 Mate 40 Pro.
Of course, a closer comparison found that the Huawei Mate 40 Pro was again ahead of the Xiaomi mi 11 in 3DMark OpenGL and AndroBench flash read and write.
Specifically, Kael, a digital blogger, measured the sequential read speed of the retail Mate40 Pro as 20,122 MB/s, sequential writing speed as 1,190 MB/s, random reading speed as 330MB/s, and random writing speed as 504MB/s.
The Mi 11 has a sequential reading speed of 1505MB/s, a sequential writing speed of 751MB/s, a random reading speed of 270MB/s and a random writing speed of 297MB/s.
Similar results have also been confirmed in the xiaobai evaluation database. Disassembling shows that Huawei Mate40 Pro is equipped with Hess self-developed SFS 1.0 flash memory chip.
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As for GPU, 3DMark OpenGL ES 3.1 is adopted here. In the Small White evaluation database, Huawei Mate 40 Pro is 9065 points, which is 6% ahead of Xiaomi mi 11 (8546 points).